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Big game, small game, upland, or waterfowl, Ontario OUT of DOORS brings you the latest tips and tricks.
They couldn’t see each other, but I could see them — the skunk and my bird dog — on a collision course on opposite sides of a little rise.
Ask a CO takes Ontario OUT of DOORS readers’ questions and utilizes the knowledge of Conservation Officers to find the answers.
There was a time in our collective recent history when the term “house dog” was common.
Thinking about buying a gun dog? Tom Goldsmith shares the hard financial truths you will face as you develop your dream dog.
Ironically, many people mistakenly believe that as long as they’re accompanied by a dog, their risk of an encounter is lessened.
Wearing hunter orange in the field is required by law to keep humans safe in the woods, but what about our dogs?
A Conservation Officer explains how hunting dogs must remain under the hunter's control and the rules regarding dogs on private property.
Properly used, collars support good training. Collars are often overlooked as training equipment, which is a mistake...
Garmin International Inc. has finally introduced a legal GPS tracking device option for Canadian hound and pointing dog enthusiasts...