Gun Dog

Author: Richard A. Wolters
Publisher: Iap - Information Age Pub. Incorporated
ISBN: 9781641137072
Size: 23.89 MB
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This time-proven guide by legendary trainer Richard A. Wolters offers a step-by-step method for completely training your dog. It is the first book for the upland bird hunter that teaches the hunting commands with the use of training tools, making training easier for you and your dog. Written with scientific information on the mental development of a dog, Gun Dog shows the complete training procedures step by step in picture sequences. It will show you how to achieve every hunter's ideal: an animal that will double as a disciplined hunting dog and beloved family pet.

Family Dog

Author: Richard A. Wolters
Size: 35.81 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Home Dog

Author: Richard A. Wolters
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Size: 66.93 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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From Sit To Gundog

Author: Steven B. Reider
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1645449211
Size: 23.27 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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From Sit to Gundog is a wonderful book. Steve Reider’s comfortable prose, practical wisdom, and dog-training expertise guides the reader along a rich and colorful journey that addresses virtually every key step of dog ownership, basic discipline, and hunt training. It is informative and fun to read and weaves a masterfully descriptive narrative with an attractive collection of corresponding photographs of the dogs, tools, and methods used to prepare competent bird hunting dogs and responsive family dogs. From Sit to Gundog is a book for anyone who loves dogs and appreciates the indelible bond that can flourish between a well-trained dog and a loving human companion. —Dr. Stephen Davis Professor Emeritus California Polytechnic University


Author: Alan Via
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438478380
Size: 15.88 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A comprehensive guidebook for dog owners that includes seventy-seven great hikes from the Adirondacks through the Catskills. Much more than a guidebook showing readers great places to hike with their canine companions in upstate New York, Doghiker is a dog owner’s operating manual and tool kit. A lifelong dog owner, Alan Via makes a strong case for responsible ownership and offers guidance on selecting a canine hiking companion, training, safety, appropriate gear, canine first aid, and keeping your dog fit and healthy. Covering the Adirondacks through the Catskills, and areas in between, this unique guidebook includes seventy-seven beautiful hikes that are great for dogs. Each hike has a custom topographic map showing parking areas, trails, viewpoints, water sources, and other points of interest. Included are a peak-finder map and chart showing every hike and a summary of rating categories, as well as information on total mileage, elevation gain, ratings for views, difficulty level, dog safety and hazards, hiker traffic, trail conditions, and whether a leash is suggested or required. Detailed driving directions for each outing, including GPS coordinates for key intersections and trailheads, are also provided. By presenting all of this information, drawn from Via’s forty-plus years of hike leadership, readers can easily evaluate which hike fits their needs and get outside and explore the great outdoors with their four-legged friends.

1001 Hunting Tips

Author: Lamar Underwood
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1602396906
Size: 23.18 MB
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Tips and techniques tested and proven to work, this guide for both novice and experienced hunters provides new tactics for tracking and shooting big game in any type of setting.


Author: Allison Moorer
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0306922673
Size: 63.49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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The Grammy- and Academy Award- nominated singer-songwriter's haunting, lyrical memoir, sharing the story of an unthinkable act of violence and ultimate healing through art Mobile, Alabama, 1986. A fourteen-year-old girl is awakened by the unmistakable sound of gunfire. On the front lawn, her father has shot and killed her mother before turning the gun on himself. Allison Moorer would grow up to be an award-winning musician, with her songs likened to "a Southern accent: eight miles an hour, deliberate, and very dangerous to underestimate" (Rolling Stone). But that moment, which forever altered her own life and that of her older sister, Shelby, has never been far from her thoughts. Now, in her journey to understand the unthinkable, to parse the unknowable, Allison uses her lyrical storytelling powers to lay bare the memories and impressions that make a family, and that tear a family apart. Blood delves into the meaning of inheritance and destiny, shame and trauma -- and how it is possible to carve out a safe place in the world despite it all. With a foreword by Allison's sister, Grammy winner Shelby Lynne, Blood reads like an intimate journal: vivid, haunting, and ultimately life-affirming.