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    Hey guys, I'm training my first hunting dog. What do you field hunters use as a dog blind? I think my dog is too big to fit in the layout blind I have, and it also seems like it could be dangerous. Any recommendations for dog blinds in the field?

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    FA Mutt Hutt,or any of the spin off versions.Layout blinds are too dangerous,dog can't see out until you pop up to shoot,then is likely in front of the muzzle.
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    Ground Force dog blind is a great way to go. It's open on both ends so it's easy for your dog to into and out of. They are very durable also.
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    Ground Force works great for me and my dog stands very tall. I would download pic but can't seem to
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    I like the Avery Finisher dog blind. It sets up easily and folds up into a nice small package when not in use. Granted, my AWS is smaller than most labs, but my buddy's 75 pound Lab fits in his well, too.
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    Ground Force Ultra Low is great for my small 55-60lb labs. My buddy has the normal size for his 85lb yellow. Both blinds are nice and durable. Mine is on its 3rd or 4th season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crp66 View Post
    Ground Force dog blind is a great way to go. It's open on both ends so it's easy for your dog to into and out of. They are very durable also.
    Ditto the open on both ends!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jthunts View Post
    Ground Force Ultra Low is great for my small 55-60lb labs. My buddy has the normal size for his 85lb yellow. Both blinds are nice and durable. Mine is on its 3rd or 4th season.
    This! ^

    Even though I've seen 85-95lbs labs in an ultra low and it works well if they're used to the situation.
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    I have the primos dog cave Its 19" tall My lab is tall and big Its cheaper than the GHG and i used it all last year and like it.
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    Take a look at the Rig Em Right dog blind. They set up in seconds, are easy to carry to the field, open at both ends and are tough as nails.
    https://www.rigemright.com/cart/product.php?pid=28

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