Kennesaw, Ga. (Ammoland.Com) — Hunting season may be closed for most species, but that doesn’t mean it’s the off-season for hunting dogs – or their owners.
Training and conditioning are a year-long passion for most dog owners, and spring can be a busy time. So the editors at Game & Fish/Sportsman are offering plenty of information in the March issue for the 53 percent of their readers who own dogs.
First, a special 6-page feature details the in-and-outs of training your puppy. While all dogs require basic obedience skills, this article explores the special training tips that will create a bold, confident hunting dog.
Readers will also learn how to teach their dog to find and retrieve shed antlers, which has become a popular spring pastime in many parts of the country. In another article, an expert trainer reveals the secrets he uses to solve problems with pointers.
The same issue provides a review of six different e-collars for dog training, discusses the gear that every trainer should have in his “doggie bag,” and tells how to protect your dog’s paws in rough environments.
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