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Read our latest expert gundog training tips and advice from some of the most respected handlers.
Delivering dogs to America is just part of the service for Charlie Thorburn and Mordor Gundogs, as Martin Puddifer discovers.
The show season involves lots of opportunities for novice and experienced handlers alike to test their dogs. Ian Harford consults a team of experts for some advice on how to approach these events.
The summer months offer the perfect opportunity to introduce a dog to water, but it’s not something to be rushed into.
Understanding how our dogs use their noses is crucial. But equally important is knowing what we can do to help them put that marvellous asset of theirs to best use.
Italian footwear designer Dario Martina is the man behind the rugged and stylish Dedito boots, and here he tells us how one dog led him into a new life in among the grouse moors of northern England.
How to get it right in the early days with your new puppy, and build the foundations for the future.
Steadiness: the cornerstone of stress-free success with your gundog.
Are all our gundog breeds suitable for all types of work on shoot day? Andrew Dellbridge uses his own experiences to ask some interesting questions.
The rise and rise of professional dog walkers has enabled many more people to enjoy dog ownership, particularly after the lockdown induced canine buying spree, but at what cost wonders Heath Williams?
They might have patchy backgrounds, but with the right approach rescue gundogs can make excellent working partners.
It's a long season for you and your dogs, but Michelle Oseman has drawn on her own extensive experience to compile this guide to getting through it unscathed and enjoying every moment.
Sometimes the wrong dog ends up with the wrong owner and Field Editor Ben Randall has some words of wisdom on how to avoid this happening.
We discover how the element of surprise when training your gundog can help embed teaching.
Just how much you should pay for a puppy is one of the most difficult questions because there are so many variables. But Patrice Fellows has some useful guidelines.
Anthea Shelley discusses which dog is best for which role and how you can assemble the perfect team for your needs.
BASC’s head of game and gundogs Glynn Evans considers the options when you haven’t got the time to train a puppy from scratch.
Questions and Answers from Gundog Journal about training in muddy, wet conditions.
When it comes to wildfowling having a dog is just as important as having a gun for Tom Sykes, and here he explains why.
With a glorious red setter adorning the cover, this issue is another fitting testament to everything our working gundogs do to enrich our lives at home and in the field.
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