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Picking out a Puppy

Before deciding you want a puppy from that type of dog, you have to figure what that dog is like the other 23 hours of the day when it’s not in its element, or what it’s like the other nine months of the year outside of hunting season,” he said. “Some guys can handle that crazy, bouncing-off-the-wall dog, but many people don’t need or want that type of dog. I often turn people away from some dogs because they are too much, while others are not enough, for their goals and lifestyle. Read More…  Picking out a puppy: Personality, pedigree matter most when choosing a new hunting partner

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