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Dogs, Pheasant Hunting and Personal Care

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There is an old saying, you can choose your friends, but you cannot choose your family—other than the family dog. That saying is not only used in the past but also today. And if that family dog is one of the family hunting dogs, pheasant hunting along with swimming in the river with the family are a good part of a good hunting dog's personality. Mankind's first dog was a hunting dog that helped feed the family, along with providing shelter and clothing to those who cared for them.

Dogs pheasant hunting breeds are those who were born to hunt. It is in their blood and in their heart, and if the hunting activity is not provided throughout their life in some form or another, they will hunt whatever they can in the most minuscule way or die unhappy. The sole purpose of dogs, pheasant hunting or deer hunting, or whatever else they hunt, is to help track where the game is and where the body of the downed bird or large game will land. If the animal takes off if wounded or a shot is missed, the hunting dogs will track them down for you to avoid unnecessary pain and misery for the hurt animal. Hunters who use dogs feel that the sport of hunting is more enjoyable and convenient because of them.

Due to the excess jumping, running, and environmental exposure to the cold or heat to the dogs, pheasant hunting and other forms of hunting require a similar form of exercise evenly spread throughout the year. Swimming, jogging, running, and related activities in the same form of exercise as the dog does keeps the same muscle conditioning and stamina active. Due to the fact the dog operates out in the wild and amongst other hunting dogs and hunters, it is an excellent idea to keep up with vaccines for giardia and parvovirus, along with booster shots, in order to keep the immune system up to par. High protein diets are vital as an energy source, in order to keep up with high energy exercises or hunting.

The AKC sporting group is considered the modern day hunting dogs, consisting of backgrounds for gun dogs and water dogs. Dog pheasant hunting are breeds that have both backgrounds, such as the Labrador Retriever, which are called versatile hunters. Hunting pheasants can also consist of pointing and setting breeds, with the pointers needed to "freeze and point" the location of the pheasants, while the spaniels move the birds by moving back and forth in order to flush them out for the hunter to shoot.



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State proposes Whitman County land acquisition - The Spokesman Review (blog)


The Spokesman Review (blog)

State proposes Whitman County land acquisition
The Spokesman Review (blog)
WILDLIFE -- The state may acquire a 94-acre parcel in the Palouse grasslands to help assure mule deer, pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse and other wildlife have a corridor connecting with other protected habitats in Whitman County. The Washington ...

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Pheasants losing ground in Eastern Washington - The Columbian


The Columbian

Pheasants losing ground in Eastern Washington
The Columbian
However, put-and-take hunting on release sites owned by the state or federal governments is becoming a bigger part of the pheasant picture in Eastern Washington. Thousands of roosters will be released this fall in several eastside ... Pheasants will be ...

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Tough times for upland birds - The Spokesman Review


The Spokesman Review

Tough times for upland birds
The Spokesman Review
Put-and-take hunting at pheasant release sites on state and federal lands seem to be emphasized in prospect reports by the Fish and Wildlife Department even though the agency has been gradually reducing the number of roosters released for hunters ...

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Eastern Washington hunting prospects bright - The Spokesman Review


The Spokesman Review

Eastern Washington hunting prospects bright
The Spokesman Review
Pheasant crow counts (number of males during spring breeding season) were down this year 7 percent below the four-year average across Spokane, Lincoln, Columbia, Garfield, Walla Walla and Whitman counties. However, counts on the Parvin and St.

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Weekly hunting and fishing report - The Spokesman Review


Weekly hunting and fishing report
The Spokesman Review
Decent upland game bird hunting opportunities are also still available on WDFW properties in eastern Washington, including pheasants on Revere Wildlife Area in Whitman County and Hungarian partridge on Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area in Lincoln County.

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