Photo courtesy Karl Gunzer
On today’s podcast, Reid interviews Karl Gunzer, Sr. Manager – Sporting Dog Group at Nestle/Purina. After a successful career as a retriever trialer and trainer, Gunzer took a job . . .
The Bird Dog Doc in the field.
Photo courtesy Shawn Wayment
This week, Reid spends an hour with Shawn Wayment, a Colorado veterinarian with a focus on sporting dogs. Listeners may know Shawn as
@birddogdoc on Instagram, or via the Upland . . . Read More
Reid Bryant and Collins take a break below a good piece of cover.
Photos by Phil Monahan
Reid takes to the podcast booth to answer some dog questions recently posed by listeners. He discusses terminology, picking a breed, and how to select a methodology for training that . . .
Scott Miller distinguished himself during his field-trial career with dogs known
for both their steadiness and supreme style.
Photo by Andrew Hyslop/Garden&Gun
We’d given up on the point, despite Tieka’s staunch figure in the broomsedge, at a field corner near the cut sorghum, unwavering in her commitment. Scott Miller swept the brush twice with . . .
Our colleague Scott McEnaney, Senior Manager of Orvis Adventures, loves to hunt ruffed grouse and woodcock behind his dog, Brix. In this great video from Northwoods Collective, Scott talks . . .
In the latest edition of the Orvis Hunting and Shooting Podcast, Reid talks to Fritz Heller, a.k.a. the
, about the nuances of hunting ruffed grouse with flushing dogs. Fritz offers . . .
Written by: Chad Hoover,
The Wachtelhund is both a hard hunter and a great family dog.
All photos by Chad Hoover
The “dog of the month” is the cliche we are always hearing in the hunting world. This month, take five minutes and look at the Wachtelhund. The breed is best described by the. . .
Written by: Kip Vieth,
Wildwood Float Trips
It’s been a long hard-water season for Bucky, who is glad to be getting wet again.
Photo by Kip Vieth
Well, baseball has its spring training, so we thought we would do a little of our own. Temps here in Minnesota finally got above 40, and Bucky the duck dog had a serious case of spring. . .
Written by: Tim Linehan,
Linehan Outfitting Co.
You can get a lot of handling and hunting practice in, even if you don’t pull the trigger.
Photo by Tim Linehan
It’s been a mild winter here in northwestern Montana, and the grouse population is in good shape. With light snow pack, holdover birds are healthy, able to move about with little stress, and. . .
Written by: Jennifer Miller,
PeeWee, Ruger and Merlin on the stake-out learning patience and to submit to a lead.
All photos courtesy Greystone Castle
Greystone Castle, we use several different breeds of dogs for flushing and retrieving birds. While Labs are the most well-known, hands down the crowd favorites are the spunky. . . Read More