What is hunting dog?
a hunting dog is a dog that is trained to hunt
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Answer . Labrador were originally bred for hunting yes, just like retrievers, they can both hunt and retrieve, both gun dogs. But they need very strict training, if you shoot down a bird, they MUST retrieve the one you point at, not the one they want, and they can't run off with it...it's hard t…o train a successful hunting dog without experience. But everyone's got to start somewhere! . ANSWER . Labradors are gun dogs and sporting group dogs. They love to retriever. They were originally bred for hunting. People used to shoot down birds and the lab used to go retrieve that bird and bring it back to their master. These dogs are also incredible runners. My Lab runs very very fast. Although the Lab was used mainly for retriveing birds (usually waterfowl) they now are one of the most popular breed of dogs for family pets. There are also a great many of them that are used for showing. ( Full Answer )
The answer is simple...Brittany Spaniels are the best! The Point very well and i am pleased..we have had many hunting dogs and the Brittany was the best..they are a good size, varity of colors, great companion, obidient, they are a five star dog and should be very pleasing!
yes he is still hunting but he is growning up and there wont be any more bounty huntin soon
Yes, dogs have been trained to hunt the cougar. Dogs have beem trained to hunt cougar, and bears. The bread the Rhodesian ridgeback was actually breed for hunting lions.
They eat Springbox, Gazelle and, Kob. They also eat hyanes. This is just some of the things that the African Hunting Dogs eat.
YESSS!!!. ACTUALLY......i wouldn't most dogs tend to get fat and lazy when neutered. But, it is a personnal choice.. Edit** From the research I've done, and from speaking with various vets, my answer would be, "Maybe". I haven't found conclusive evidence that neutering will OR that it WON'T affect… a hunting dogs performance. While most of the information I found leaned towards neutering have little to no impact on the hunting dog's performance, most also included a caveat that not enough research has been done in this area to be absolutely certain. ( Full Answer )
No.Because back then they weren't used for hunting.They would only follow the horses who would move the old fire trucks.
They smell out another animal and then they fight and kill the other. animal and them they eat it.. usually domestic pets are given food but wild dogs sometimes scare off people with food so they drop it...then they eat it...also they go through garbage cans.
it depends on what you are hunting for but beagles, coon dogs, and golden retrievers are some of them. if you are hunting small animals like: birds, rabbits, mice, voles, etc. the westie is the best hunting dog for that but like the person above said, it depends on what your hunting
It just depends on where your at, why you want to hunt it, etc. it's preferred you didn't if you didn't have an absolute reason, or if it is someones pet. If the dog is killing your animals or trying to hurt you or others, yes. BUT: Please consider that if this is someone pet, killing it ca…n possibly result in legal actions being taken You could also ask your local government about it ( Full Answer )
Originally, in Germany they were bred and used to hunt badgers. Since the modern Daschund is smaller and quite lighter than the original German equivalent, they have since been used to hunt mainly rabbit and fox, and track various game. Packs have been used to take down wild boar and even wolverines…. They are genuine hunting dogs, and are excellent scent trackers. ( Full Answer )
Spots on a hunting dog could be any of several different things.Most likely they are part of its his skin or coat pigment and arecompletely normal. They might also be buried ticks, which should beremoved, or moles or skin cancer, which should be checked by aveterinarian.
Hunting dogs are usually larger and more bulky. These types of dogshave an age span of 6-11 years of age.
Wild or feral dogs tend to hunt in packs. A domesticated dog maychase and worry sheep, or fight with another dog, if not under thecontrol of the owner.
I have aBrittany spaniel, he is awesome he listens to me, and is very obedient and loyal to me, i trained him so much in just one day, Brittany's are really great hunting dogs too, i recommend them.
you want something like a pitbull or a ridgeback.something that doesnt stuff around and gets the job done.
This is an idiom that expresses the level of concern for a situation. The idiom is commonly heard in the negative as in, when confronted by a situation, you express anopinion but then follow it up with "but I ain't go no dog in this hunt", meaning that although you have an opinion you don't have any…thing to lose or gain so you can accept whichever outcome. It comes from the hunting culture, probably in the mid or deep south where everyone would show up for a bird hunt with their dogs. Dogs were retrievers for their masters and would bring back the shot game to their masters. Of course if you didn't have a dog in the hunt you wouldn't get any game. It could also refer to a larger game hunt such as a fox hunt or bear hunt where the stakes were a little higher. In this situation your dog could be harmed by the game and your level of concern would go up because a good hunting dog was really valuable. Remember the old joke: Man tells his friends: "My wife got mad at me for staying out late hunting again. She told me it was either my wife or Sam, my huntin' dog. I surely am gonna miss that old gal." This is actually an amalgamation of two separate expressions, "that dog won't hunt" and "i have no dog in this fight". "That dog won't hunt" means what you're attempting to do will be met with failure, as in "no matter how many times you run the race, that dog won't hunt". The origin of that phrase does originate in southern hunting culture. It relates to coon dogs that don't have a good sense of smell, thus not being a good hunting dog. "No dog in the fight" means you have no concern for the outcome of a given situation. An example would be, "I'm a Braves fan. Red Sox-Yankees... I got no dog in that fight". This phrase has origins in the dog fighting culture. ( Full Answer )
Labrador . English Pointer . Catahoula . Irish Setter . German Short-Haired Pointer . English Setter . Golden Retriever . Chesapeake Bay Retriever . Brittany . Springer Spaniel
using a hound to lead you to your prey, it is commonly used in cougar hunting because the dog will tree the cougar
A hunting dog is any dog that aids in hunting but there are specific breeds breed for it, like begals and others.
Poodles were originally used (and bred) as water retrievers for hunters. That's the reason for the "poufy" haircut because it enhanced bouyancy in water while the dogs were retrieving the birds the hunter/s shot.
They run fast and bite hard. However they have not been bredspecifically for hunting. They are really intended as guard dogs.
Most wild dogs (since the go in packs) hunt together. So yes wild dogs hunt. : )
Yes, they are bred for waterfowl hunting. they are particularly good at retrieving shot birds from the water. they are also used in hunting upland game birds such as pheasant.
People today, often train hunting dogs for FUN and hunt for FUN! Sadly they do not need the food but do so for TROPHIES hanging on their walls. But don't blame the dog, he is just being loyal to what his owner has trained him. :(
It really depends on what kind of dog it is, also how it's trained. You can train dogs to hunt, but they will not do it automatically.
its hunting life style mainly consist of a range of animals that is 2-3 times it size. such as the African antelpoe full grown wilda beast and even a stray bison
IF your gonna buy a hunting do i say go for a bloodhound and a beagle if you want a small dog go for the beagle if you want a big dog go for the bloodhound
Hide food 1st in the house and have the dog find it. then when he starts to get the hang of it take him into the woods and test him to see if he can find anything. Maybe hide things he likes there too. Then have him try to find an animal. You also might need a signal so he knows when to stop, go, an…d be quiet. Good Luck! ( Full Answer )
well theres various mixes and cross breeds. but the simple you got... Black and tans (B&t), bluetick, Treeing walkers,plott hounds,red ticks (english), redbone, currs, and others.. some breeds known as magestics incl a nice cross of many breeds .. my magestics are crossed bloodhound plott hound wa…lker bluetick and black and tan ( Full Answer )
Rhodesian Ridgebacks were often bred to hunt lions. And the way they hunted them was known as Hounding. Hunters usually released a large pack of these dogs at once. They'd track the lion and hold it at bay until the hunter could shoot it.
the shape of the dog is created by the posters hanging on the green bulletin board on the yellow building
It really depends on what you are hunting and it depends on your definition of smart, Many hounds make great hunters/trackers because of their keen sense of smell, whereas terriers like the fox terrier and welsh terrier are great rabbit dogs. Labs are great for waterfowl because of their extreme dev…otion to their owners. ( Full Answer )
No, there are certain breeds of dogs that people refer to as "Hunting Dogs", such as Golden Retriever, or a Labrador.
I definitely think that the Lab, the Golden Retriever, Hound Dog, and the Beagle would be the four best hunting dogs. That is, only if they go through the proper training. They run fast, bite hard, and most importantly, bring back the prize.
yeah u can hunt bears with dog's.U know why?Because dogs got good scents of smell to find u wat u need.
Hunting goes back to the very beginning's of the human-dog relationship, and a large number of breeds were created just for specific hunting purposes. People use hunting dogs everywhere on the planet.
Yes and No. The African cape hunting dog mainly hunts in the day time but will also hunt at night.
yes because if they are not fast, the animal they are trying to eat will run away
cattle dog gray hound cross pitty the best is the catahoula leopard (chase dog) and a big pit bull (catch dog) If you are just planning on running bay dogs, curs and hounds are the naturals. For catch dogs you may have seen the guys on "Hogs Gone Wild" running a wolfhound (or maybe a deerhoun…d), a pit-mix and a great dane. While these dogs (or any powerful breed with prey drive) can certainly do the job I think that you should stick with a breed that is purpose bred like the dogo argentino or consider a pit or any of the athletic bully breeds (like American bulldogs). Mastiffs are not necessarily such great catch dogs. They can certainly do the job, but they are injury prone and tend to have limited stamina and heat tolerance. You need a strong, confident, fearless dog with a lot of drive that can tolerate heat, cold and long hours of heavy exertion. ( Full Answer )
A blood hound is the best hunting dog because it has a great nose & it also runs fast.
well yes they are but they also a swimming and retrieving breed which is used in hunting
1.Labordor Retrievers 2.Poodles (Standard believe it or not) 3.Cocker Spaniels 4.Golden Retreivers 5.Some Collies 6. Then there is a short hard dog i can't remember the breed off my head but I know it begins with a W. 7.I think there is a dog breed they sometimes call "Pointers" They hav…e great hearing/noses 8.Blood Hounds - ( Full Answer )
you teach your dog to poo when he seas a squirrel then you are ready with your gun and shot it down
Basset hounds, blood hounds, beagles, deer hounds, coon hounds, blueticks, curs, catahoulas, setters, rhodesian ridgeback etc. Pretty well any hound or dog that is raised and trained to hunt and/or track wild game like deer can be used.
Not too likely as the husky would probably eat the game animal. There dogs are working dogs and generally sled pulling animals. Still, they are very intelligent and they might be so trained as a hunting dog. I would not want that job myself, but you might give it a try. Rabbits, to start, perhaps.
No, they were originally bred as watch dogs. Dog organisations nowclass them as 'working dogs' though most of them are now familypets. It is thought that it was originally bred from huntingbreeds.
The primary duty of a bird hunting dog is to retrieve downed game. Aside from that, they need to be trained to stay quiet and not inadvertently damage the bird in transit by biting down too firmly or shaking itself off while carrying if the bird had to be collected from a body of water.
It means that the method or object you intend to use for a particular purpose will not be effective. It could also mean that something doesn't make sense or will not be useful.
Wolves in minecraft can be tamed by right clicking them with 1-5bones (or so this is from memory). They will fight monsters foryou, but can be killed in combat just like you can be! Heal themwith food items (Rotten flesh, steak, ect.) They can be named withname tags. They will attempt to follow you,… and will instantlyteleport to you if you get too far away. You can stop them fromfollowing you by right clicking them with an empty hand, whichmakes them sit. They will teleport back to your side if they takedamage. NOTE: They will not attack creepers for you! However,ocelots or cats will scarce creepers away (But do not do physicaldamage). NOTE 2: Wolves also attack sheep. They will attack theplayer if you punch them ( Full Answer )