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Beagle Dogs and Crate Training

Beagle Dogs and Crate Training

Crate training Beagle dogs is a necessary habit that will serve you very well while you are not home or require your hunting dog to be locked up before, during or after a hunt. It reduces anxiety, destructive behavior and barking, and ensures the safety of a dog. Beagle dogs that are crate trained are … Read more

Barking Redbone Coonhounds

Nuisance Barking from a Redbone Coonhound

A Redbone Coonhound barking at home can be just as big a problem as a Coonhound barking unnecessarily while treeing quarry. Controlling nuisance barking at home can help immensely when a hunter wants to train a Redbone Coonhound about barking with treed quarry. A command or action that you take can be used to control … Read more

Redbone Coonhound Crate Training

Redbone Coonhound Crate Training

Do you want to know how to train your Redbone Coonhound to be comfortable with their crate? You’re not alone. Crate training is invaluable for Coonhounds when they need to be put somewhere when their owners are away. Crate training reduces anxiety, destructive behaviour and barking when you are not home or you cannot watch … Read more

Redbone Coonhound Puppy

Stop a Redbone Coonhound Puppy from Chewing

Chewing for a Redbone Coonhound puppy is a perfectly natural behavior. There are two main reasons they are going to chew on things, either because they are bored or because they are teething. The chewing itself cannot be stopped, but it can be redirected onto things that are allowed to be eaten. You need to … Read more

Basic Dog Training for a Redbone Coonhound

Basic Dog Training for a Redbone Coonhound

Can you honestly argue against a Redbone Coonhound being one of the most loving hunting dog breeds around? Unfortunately, when it comes down to it, basic dog training is an entirely different matter altogether as these loving, hunting dogs are actually quite ornery if not trained properly. However, does a Redbone Coonhound really require special, … Read more

Quality Bird Hunting Dogs

Choosing High Quality Bird Hunting Dogs

For those who enjoy hunting and taking their best bird hunting dogs with them, where to hunt is always an issue in crowded areas or during particular times of the year or seasons. Advertisements galore offer wild game habitats where an ongoing wildlife management practice is enforced to maintain the population of big and small … Read more

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The Excitement and Challenge of Pig Hunting Dogs

Wild pigs and wild boars are not the same thing at all other than they both are pork, but they involve the excitement of the hunt with pig hunting dogs and a dedicated true-blue pig hunting hunter. All wild boar/feral domestic pig hybrids began in the 1920s when the European wild boar was introduced into … Read more

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The Historical Capers of Squirrel Hunting Dogs

Hunting dogs and their owners have stronger bonds than most owners and dogs, with the hunting the added adhesivewith squirrel hunting dogs better than most. Breeds that are best for squirrel hunting tend to favor the curs and feists, with some terriers good at it also. The best squirrel dog that is able to track … Read more

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Keep Track Of Your Hunting Dog

Hunters often stock up on equipment they need to increase their chances of successful hunts, but what most hunters forget is the accessories their dogs need. If you have your own hunting dog, investing in some supplies will allow your hunt to move along much easier. Most of the supplies a dog will need are … Read more

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Hunting Dogs Make for a Better Outdoor Experience

The use of hunting dogs for the pursuit of game has been in practice ever since man and dog discovered they made great companions. Whether opting for sight hounds, scent hounds, pointers or retrievers the relationship between a hunter and his canine counterpart is a special one. While they are companions, in the field there … Read more