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    I'm looking into buying a dog blind for my pup. We hunt pit blinds in rice fields and we're always having to pull something together in the morning to help hide the dog(s). Then undoubtedly they knock all the brush down after the third or fourth bird etc.

    I've seen these dog blinds on the internet but I've never used one. Does anyone have a suggestion on a good one that will hold up? I like the GHG one and Rig 'Em Right makes a good looking one too. I just want it to be big enough, rigid framed so it's not folding over on him after it's brushed, and water/rot resistant too. My dog is a 65-70 lbs yellow male. Also not too cumbersome or heavy carrying back and forth to the blind.

    Thanks,

    Tony

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    I got a momarsh invisilab G2 and am happy with it. Well built and very functional. Not super lightweight or easy to transport though due to the rigid base frame and legs so that may be a factor for you.

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    I use the GHG blind for my 85 lbs yellow male and it has held up well for the past two seasons and it works great. I have stakes for all four corners of mine because he tends to roll it over trying to get in to fast.

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    I have a momarsh invisilab. Very well made and can be used in water up to 3 ft.deep. I also use it in training.

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    For field I love my Avery dog blind. Easy to transport, pops open in an instant. Plus it has mesh doors so you do not get the "black hole" effect from a distance.
    Nate Baxter, DVM
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    +1 for MoMarsh Invisilab

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    I love my MoMarsh Invislab.

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    Get a MoMarsh Invisilab. Great for hunting and training.

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    Another vote for invisilab

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