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  • Would you have sent your dog for the retrieve?

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Thread: Dove retrieve out of season

  1. #11
    Senior Member
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    Jun 2009
    Cape Girardeau Mo.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    while the cold temps are more forgiving, I only stop for critters I hit or see hit by a car or two in front of me. That said I have stopped for White Tail Deer, Turkey, Ruffed Grouse, Bunny Rabbit and Chickens. I did give the chickens back to the farmer.

    edit - add woodchuck
    Are you sure you don't have some red neck blood in your family tree..? we call a woodchuck a ground hog down here and a young one barbequed is mighty fine ..
    Steve S
    "Your dog learns as much by doing his work right,by your praise and encouragement, as he does by your displeasure and correction." DLWalters

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  3. #12
    Senior Member Don Lietzau's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    Chugiak, Alaska

    Default need to slow down.....up here we "Brake for Moose"

  4. #13
    Senior Member PalouseDogs's Avatar
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    Mar 2012
    Pullman, WA


    At least your dog is only guilty of retrieving out of season. My golden is guilty of hunting without a license. Last fall she caught 6 cottontails within 2 weeks. (They converge on the yard after harvest.) She's caught a few since then, including one today. I confess, I used it to practice a few long backs. Nothing like a still-warm rabbit to ramp up the enthusiasm. (I have a feeling someone is going to say that was a terrible training idea. Oh, well.)

    A year or two ago, she grabbed a gray partridge out of the air. No hunting license and out of season.
    Kelly Cassidy (person)

    Pinyon Cassidy, pest-in-chief (golden retriever puppy, DOB 3/28/2016)
    HR Maple Cassidy UDX JH RE (golden retriever, DOB 6/24/2009)
    Alder Cassidy CDX PCDX RAE2 (standard poodle, DOB 6/23/2006)

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  6. #14
    Senior Member Devlin's Avatar
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    Jan 2006


    So far, good replies and suggestions about such an earth-shattering event...a ponderable for the ages...a dilemma only solved by extremely deep thought and sublimely sensitive recommendations.

    Nope. I ain't been into the moonshine. At least not yet.

    Damned hawk was roosting in a tree out back last night and scared the hell out of me and Sadie when it blew out of the tree. Poor dog was just airing before bedtime. Startled me enough I aired a little, too, I think.

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