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We are the complete Hunting Dog and Field Trial Dog Training website.
Countless wild game birds are legally taken each year as a result of highly
trained hunting and gun dogs. Hunting is pure pleasure when a well trained
gun dog is used. Just try hunting upland game without a dog sometime.
Gun dogs should be trained
in realistic settings that totally replicate the type of environment they will
hunt in. on the same type of grounds that you will be hunting. Hunting
dogs should be trained with live birds such as Quail, Chuckar and Pheasants
to further replicate a true hunting environment. Parks and groves are sometimes
used by default by some trainers. We recommend consulting with your
trainer about what type of environment and conditions your dog will be trained
Training facilities are an important decision on how your dog will be treated
and taken care of. Will your dog be kept in a heated and cooled indoor
kennel, or will he be kept in a plastic crate out side? Will your dog have his
own individual kennel with, his own individual kennel run, or will he have to
Exercise is important for hunting and gun dogs, this part of the training
program must also be covered before enlisting any dog trainers' services.
Many quality training facilities are equipped with misters to keep your dog cool
and areas to exercise in that keep their acclimation to the outdoors in sync.
There are several
different types of Hunting Dogs. All can be classified in the following,
puppies, started dogs, and finished or broke dogs and Field Trial Dogs.
Gun Dogs and be purchased anywhere along their training. When choosing a
gun dog it is important that you choose wisely. Your new gun dog must be
an excellent hunting partner for the species you are hunting as well as a
faithful family freind that can fit comfortably in you home.
It is important that the hunting dog breeder you choose breed from Quality
Field champion lines. Gun dogs from these lines can be expected to hunt
upland game birds as well as be capable of competing in field trials at Local,
Regional and National levels.
Training programs need to be matched to your dogs age and skill. Puppy,
head start programs, are for puppies that have no experience.
Formal training programs usually begin with young 1 to 2 year old dogs,
breaking of the dog for realistic hunting situations, preparing them to be loyal
Field Trial and Campaigning programs can help your dog to compete on
whichever level you choose. With a competent trainer, and a dog with a
good bloodline, the sky is the limit.
A good hunting dog trainer will offer a wide variety of training options, to help you
and your dog. They can tailor your training program whether you are just getting started in
the sport or you are finishing your dog's skills for your next upland bird hunt.
A pre-season tune-up might be just what you and your dog need before you hit the
We are sure you can find the training, equipment, and dog for whatever your
gun dog needs here at HuntingDogTrainer.com