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Tips on gun training

by SportDOG Staff

In this SportDOG Brand Training Tip (originally aired on Pheasants Forever Television) Tom Dokken shares his insight into gun training your hunting dog. Gun training is one of the most important parts of training your hunting dog, so don't rush the process. Allow about two weeks to have your gun dog ready for action.

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