"I love the rod and gun and where they take me."
I would however suggest that you use some discretion as to where and when you apply protective balms to your dogs under gear- some things are hard to explain.
Jewelry protection is paramount regards
There are three classes of people: those who see...those who see when shown...and those who do not see. - Leonardo da Vinci
My dogs sort've look like cold-war rejects after quail season, usually have a great case of facial hair loss, raw chests, swollen up eyes etc.Taking them to a hunt-test like that is highly entertaining . But for some reason the one thing they know how to take care of are those dangling things in back. I think I'll count myself lucky that I've never have to Vaseline up that area, I wonder how many hits a tape of that would get on you-tube
"They's Just DAWGS"
"Hunting is a skill to be learned whether you do it early or late it still needs to be learned"
"I train dogs, Not papers"
GMRH HRCH Quick MH (most importantly Duck/Upland Enthusiast)
MHR HRCH Lakota MH (most importantly Upland/Duck Enthusiast)
SHR Storm.. the Pup (Beginning Upland & Waterfowl Enthusiast)
Seem to have missed the part where you have to rub it off after hunting
I keep this handy for the eye wear and preventive: http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...fm?pcatid=9674
A lot of people are afraid of heights. Not me, I'm afraid of widths.
An armed man is a citizen
An unarmed man is a subject
Had them at DJ's Steakhouse in Pueblo, CO in September. They were really good.