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    Hunting with dog

    I'm hunting with my dog because he helps me a lot and it is so much fun. Lately because of his age he got injured and has sore joints.Upon searching for a solution I bumped into these cooling dog beds, aside from keeping your pet cool, these cool pet beds for your pet are also great for soothing sore joints. In addition, a cool dog bed can provide many therapeutic benefits for several skin conditions and can even help in treating a variety of ailments.I'm thinking of getting one for my pet
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    Sure do, beagle sleeps with us at night and runs rabbits and flushes pheasant during the day


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean123 View Post
    Do you hunt with your pet dog?
    nope! it is my belief that the only good dog is a dead dog!


    lol. that's a wee bit harsh. I actually like dogs , it's generally their owners I despise.
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    Yes we do with both our dogs.
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    So what kind of hunting are you talking about? Big game or just birds and rabbits? There is a lot of difference between the two.

    The only time that I have ever seen someone out with a dog while hunting big game was while I was in Africa where they use blood tracking dogs. But as laws change here in the US blood tracking dogs are becoming more popular.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    My last dog deer and elk hunted with me, as a companion though. He would just cruise along wherever I went. Much more well manored than my current pups.

 

 

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