English Springer Spaniel

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The English Springer Spaniel is a compact hunting dog with a coat that’s dense and wavy in black and white or liver and white patterns that often include ticking. Tri-color Springers can also be found with additional tan markings on the eyebrows and in the muzzle area. The tails are docked to a few inches on field lines.

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Chesapeake Bay Retriever

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The Chesapeake Bay Retriever is a large breed with a coat that’s generally thick, short and somewhat harsh with a fine, wooly undercoat that’s well suited to wet, cold conditions. Color usually ranges from dark sedge to lighter brown shades with some flexibility. Solid colors are preferred but a white spot on the breast, belly, toes, or back of the feet is allowed. The hair coat should be slightly wavy and no more than 1 1/2″ long. Tails are left ...

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Our Top 5 Tips in Training the Dog You Want

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Great Dogs are Both Born and Made

A great household and hunting companion can provide both you and the dog with years of fun and a relationship that’s better than you have with most people. Just like any great relationship, though, it doesn’t happen without a bit of work. Even the best dog in the world needs to be matched up with the right owner and the right methods to reach his full potential. If you’re willing to put in the ...

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American Brittany

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The Brittany (American) is a medium sized pointing breed with a dense, wavy coat that’s generally orange and white or liver and white patterns; often with some ticking. You can also find tri-colors as liver and white dogs with orange markings on the eyebrows, muzzle and cheeks and under the tail. Their tails are either docked completely or to a length of less than approximately four inches.

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English Setter

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The English Setter is a large breed with a silky coat that’s generally long with feathering at the ears and tail and also on their underside. The base hair coat color is usually white with secondary colors including orange belton (speckling), blue (black) belton, liver belton and yellow belton. Tri-color belton are also found as blue belton dogs with tan markings on muzzle, eyes and legs. Tails are left at the full length and are very distinctive when ...

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English Pointer

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The English Pointer (aka Pointer) is a large breed with a smooth, short coat. Hair coat color is primarily white with liver, orange, black or lemon patches or speckles. They tend to run pretty lean but with a well muscled frame. Their tails are left full (not docked) and make them easy to spot when running the field or on point.

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German Shorthaired Pointer

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The German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP) is a large hunting breed with a coat that’s short, sleek and dense. Color of the hair coat should be liver, liver and white or black and white, solid, patched and ticked or roan. They have a naturally lean build but are generally well muscled. Their tails should be docked to roughly forty percent of the normal full length.

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Labrador Retrievers

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The Labrador Retriever is a large breed with a double layered coat that’s smooth and short. American Labs generally have a coat that’s solid black, yellow or chocolate in color although grey or silver ones are becoming more common. British Labs also include a fox red color. Tails of Labs should be pretty straight and are left full.

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Winterizing Your Dog

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Winter Brings Special Needs

Some dogs love the cold and snow whether they are mostly inside or outside dogs. It isn’t necessary to be a sled dog to enjoy a little frolic in the winter wonderland. There are some downsides to the cold weather, though, that you need to watch out for. Following are a couple of what we consider to be the most important cold weather tips to keep your dogs healthy and performing at a high level.

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