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This product was recommended by Celynn Leow from The Halo PetsWhen we hear a dog gets birdy, we all know what that means. Each bone, nerve, and muscle in his body seems to be firing on all cylinders. The thing about English cockers is that they are always in overdrive. You half-expect parts of these canine dynamos to shear off as they get birdy. You feel as though you’re chasing a live bomb, which isn’t always a bad thing if the cardiologist is by your side. After all, this is meant to be an enjoyable sport, and no breed, flusher or pointer, is more exciting to chase than an English cocker.
This product was recommended by Sara Ochoa from DogLabOne of the best hunting dogs is german shorthair pointers. These dogs tend to be medium-sized dogs around 35 to 40 pounds. They are very energetic and very smart. This breed makes a great hunting dog and a great family dog.
This product was recommended by Tammi Avallone from FiveBarksThe Brittany is the only athletic breed that appears like it fits in the home. When you look at a Britt, you might assume he’s just a fluffy, friendly, stub-tailed, somewhat overgrown lap dog, which is precisely the impression the French farmers and other countrymen who created the breed wished for. Many of them worked as poachers, and although being seen with a pointer or setter may have raised suspicion, a Brittany, who reminded me of a mutt that had lost its ear, could go unnoticed. Furthermore, if a poacher was caught off guard by one of the Count’s bailiffs, he might tuck his 30-pound dog under his arm and flee. The Britt was first popular among Midwestern pheasant hunters because of its flexibility, biddability, and tangible joie de vivre. Britts may be a little odd and difficult to decipher at times—you’ll always ask what they’re thinking—but for the most part, they’re wonderful, easygoing friends that excel in a family setting. They’re often well-suited to apartment living due to their limited scale. If you need any more information, I’m happy to reply as soon as possible.
This product was recommended by Rohan J. from DogBreedoThis breed is the quintessential small hunting dog. These pocket sized predators are hunters of the highest quality. They hunt with as much as ease as they fit in your jacket. Jack Russells are extremely adept at hunting small birds like grouse and large birds like mallards and pintails. The Jack Russell Terrier is your ideal hunting companion.
This product was recommended by Lazhar Ichir from Breeding BusinessThe best land hunting dogs are Golden Retrievers. They are known for being companion dogs, but they are also great hunters due to their high stamina and their intelligence. In addition to that, Golden Retrievers are known to catch and retrieve birds to their handler without inflicting any damage to the dog.