The UK's only dedicated Gundog magazine
We ask two passionate shooting people about their favourite gundogs.
We ask people from the shooting world about their all-time favourite gundogs
We ask six people from the shooting world about their all-time favourite gundogs.
Following the piece in the first issue on how far we drive to collect our new puppies, Peter Curran reports on a 1,000-mile plus adventure to collect a new pointer.
David S. D. Jones provides a fascinating insight into the history of our working relationship with man’s best friend.
After more than 1,000 shoot days at his side, James Chapel looks back at the long and loyal life of his remarkable black labrador, Mole.
It’s okay to cuddle up on the sofa with your gundog, they can be so much more than just a working companion.
The sight of dog and Gun working together to put game in the bag is a joy to behold, but how does one achieve such a partnership?
The ancient brotherhood between dog and human runs deeper than that between any other species...
How prepared are you for when things don’t quite go as planned in those final moments of a stalk? We discuss deer dogs, their training and the best procedure to enhance the chances of finding a lost animal with Tony Lowry from UK Deer Track and Recovery.
Up until the 1920s, picking-up was always carried out in-house by underkeepers or by gamekeepers from a neighbouring estate.
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