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The Hunting Dog Podcast

The Hunting Dog Podcast features interviews with friends, family and industry professionals all related to the world of hunting with dogs. Depending upon the time of day, background noises of beers opening and ice clinking may be evident. please grab a drink and join us!!! Check out the website for more content at http://www.thehuntingdogpodcast.com
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Now displaying: August, 2019
Aug 26, 2019

I get two of the best dog trainers that I know, to talk and compare E Collar training for dogs  Justin Mcgrail from Black Creek Training Center, and Pete Fisher from Dogtra Collars. Pay attention and try to train your next dog correctly. Because I know you just screwed up the last one!!!

Aug 18, 2019

Zsofia Miczek is a dog woman like no other! Starting with a breed that was all but forgotten, she is showing the world, yes the world, how good these dogs can be. Her methods are old school and effective. Zsofia recently flew to the USA and ran 2 dogs in The Utility Test, and knocked it out of the park!!  listen and learn. You might need to listen twice to this one.

Aug 11, 2019

Del Whitman is one of the rare breeds of true Gunsmiths. everytime I visit his shop, I feel like I am stepping back into time. When Craftsmen were true artists. We take some listener questions and shoot the bull about gun repair and dive into some deep water facts about scatterguns.

Aug 4, 2019

Larry has a long background, with a breed that has alot of myths and mystery. We talk about how this dog has developed, improved and still keeps its reputation as a well-balanced hunting, and family dog. 

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