Choosing a Good Hunting Dog

The company of a good hunting dog can be very enjoyable. Many a hunter has claimed that they wished they had a good dog with them on their trip. They can be good company especially when hunting alone.

A good hunting dog can also act as a watchdog or protection from other animals while out in the woods. Choosing the right dog for you requires some work on your part. Do you want a puppy that you can train or do you want a full-grown dog that has already been trained by a good trainer. If you want to save time, mostly because you are anxious to go hunting, then getting a trained dog is your best choice.

There are many breeds of hunting dog such as retrievers, pointers, spaniels and setters. The most popular among the group are retrievers because they are known for their willingness to please, high intelligence, and obedience. They are also known as duck hunting dogs. That is usually the ideal dog for retrieving shot birds and upland game because they are known for their “soft mouths. They are able to retrieve without damaging the game.

Pointers are dedicated to whatever the job, while exuding in grace and nobility, and combine their powerful physical prowess with courage, intelligence and desire. Spaniels are the smallest types of hunting dog thus making them extremely versatile. They are known for their intelligence, affection, obedience, and especially beauty. They are not only known in the hunting community but have also won the love of families everywhere too.

Setters are highly athletic and motivated hunting partners, as well as being an elegant and beautiful companion in all situations. Be sure to know what exactly you are looking for a hunting dog before choosing the dog breed because each of them varies from the other and each may be better than the other depending on their circumstances may.

Some things to keep in mind when looking for a good hunting dog are that the animal should not get spooked by the sound of the firing gun. In addition, the dog should have an excellent sense of smell for sniffing out prey.

Tom has been a dog lover since he got a German Shepherd puppy when he was a little boy. Now, he has two dogs, and he hopes to pass on his experience gained over the years. Click here for more information on dogs: http://www.mydogbasics.com

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