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Your huntin' dog.. Picture thread

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Pit4Brains, Aug 17, 2012.

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  1. Bwana John

    Bwana John Member

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    But.... can she retrieve it?

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  2. grubbylabs

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    That is priceless. Good looking dog, how did she turn out?
     
  3. mnhntr

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    Jake is my Black Lab that had to be put to sleep last year. He was a heck of a waterfowler and loved hunting. He would retrieve 2 at a time if he could fit them in his mouth. Duke is a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever and he has been doing pretty good for a young dog. He has two seasons under his belt now. We got a new Lab puppy that I do not have pics of yet. Ruger is just 6 months old and will be hunting next season.
     

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  4. Bwana John

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    Chukar is one of those 1000 mph Labs, at 8 years old she is just starting to "mature". Stayed at about 60lbs her whole life.

    Outstanding waterdog, very athletic but overheats easily. Soft mouth, loves to retrieve.

    Her favorite place is belly deep in the Sea of Cortez, swimming, diving, and looking underwater for rocks to retrieve. She will stay there from dawn to long after dark if allowed to.
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  5. turbonoma

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    Hog hunter

    This is Lady. She's our hog hunter.
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  6. josiewales

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    turbonoma I love that air rifle! What caliber is it? And where did you get it?
     
  7. 41magsnub

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    Here is Maddie (GWP) about 2 months ago hunting pheasants. Don't have any more recent. She was 6 months old at the time these were taken. She is a flat coated GWP. Her beard is really coming in now.
     

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  8. bailer

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    My GSP pup turns 1 this week. All my real hunting pictures with him have the kids in them, so here he is "hunting" dove at the dog park. I'm real happy after 1 season, great run, great nose, loves to point. This off season we need to work on retrieve, which seems to be his only natural weak point.
     

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    my parent's dog doing her thing

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  10. turbonoma

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    It's a Shin Sung Career 707 Mkll .25cal carbine. I bought used from a fellow in Florida. I shoot 52gr cast lead slugs at 840fps/82.49fpe. It's my hog hunter.
     
  11. wally247

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    Buddy, my English Pointer. I got him for free from a flyer at the grocery store, best dog you could ever ask for. I got my limit in one point more than once over him (I had witnesses once, should have seen their faces!) He passed away about five years ago. Once in a while I get the urge to go pheasant hunting but soon after I get out I realize the fun part was watching him work. Don't go bird hunting much anymore. I sure do miss him...
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  12. theriflespeaks1863

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    And here comes trouble...

    His name is Prince. He is a Fox Red Lab of the English line, being stockier and more compact than American Labs.
    He loves to retrieve, and would do so until he literally dropped dead from exhaustion. He's also an excellent flusher, once he settles down- he gets visibly 'birdy'- you'd have to be blind not to see it. He's five now.

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    He's a wonderful dog, but sometimes I can't help but wonder if he acts dumb to get away with whatever he wants to do. I'm pretty sure he's smarter than he looks...:scrutiny:

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    He also 'talks.' I've never met another Lab that has such command over his vocal chords. I'm pretty sure he understands everything we say. :what: It's almost human, and combined with his face (which is also very expressive), kinda scary... :)

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    Okay, that's enough. :D

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    Pictures of my Cocker spaniel 8 years old. My Taxen with a left and right on roe deer. And my kopov boar dog and Swedish tracking champion.
     

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    Your cocker sure looks a lot more alert and capable than the American cocker we see here.
     
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    My buddy sky


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  16. bailer

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    Quail season is over, so got the pup one last chance on birds for the season at the game farm. Good point on a Chukar here. We were working into a pretty strong breeze, when I put the camera down and moved in, bird was actually about 15 yards in front of the dog.
     

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    Jasmine, my Black Lab Mutt, after cornering a mountain lion. I had trouble getting up the cliff they went up and didn't get my shot in quick enough. About 25 stitches in all.

    Bourbon, my Black Mouth Cur. She is a cat hunting machine. She has taken a lot of hits to her ears over the years, but she loves hunting bobcats and lions. She also has a problem with snakes, she loves them. She has been bitten at least three times. I highly recommend the Red Rock Rattlesnake Vaccine.
     

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    I highly recommend an e-collar turned to MAX and using a non-poisonous or taped-mouth snake. When your dog goes for it, zap her. It worked wonders with mine. She won't go within 15-20 yards of any snake she smells or sees.
     
  19. NelsErik

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    I don't choose to shock my dogs under any circumstance. With the vaccine the dog gets two shots when they are young and aren't in much danger if they ever get bit. Rattlesnakes are pretty common out in lion country here in Arizona.
     
  20. avs11054

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    Nelserik,

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  21. Corey ACP

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    Up and comer, gonna be a do it all, trailer, tracker, and truck ridin companion. Half husky and the other half is a mystery. 8 weeks old now and has already shown he knows how to use his nose.
     

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    HQ - don't see many long haired weims anymore... great dogs. I grew up raising short haired weimeraners - some of the best and most intelligent dogs I've come across.
     
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