The British Labs of Blue Cypress Kennels
Training is everything and so is breed. Chester, a Wirehaired Pointing Griffon displays control and poise.
I may be a technophobe and have come to GPS reluctantly, but now that I’m here, I’m never going back.
Gunning for running blue quail.
Ben O. Williams, author of Bird Dog, The Instinctive Training Method, preaches a more hands-off approach to training—letting dogs figure out things on their own.
Operating out of Lake George, New York, Tally Ho has a fastidious approach to moving dogs between owners, trainers and the field.
Through the years trainer Jerry Cacchio developed a keen eye for interpreting dogs’ physical communications and for assessing the miscommunications of handlers.
What to do—and not to do—if your dog gets caught in a trap.
When training my pointer puppy years ago, I wish I had known about the Smith Training Method, outlined and detailed in the exceptionally helpful book Training Bird Dogs with Ronnie Smith Kennels.
Now is the time to be thinking about gundogs. The following items will serve at home, in the field and in between this season.
For almost 60 years some of the finest Labrador retrievers in the world—national champions, hall-of-famers, sires and dams that have made incalculable contributions to the breed—have come from Mary Howley’s Candlewood Kennels.
Tips for hunting over other people’s dogs.