Bird Dogs Afield host Paul Fuller is the gun dog columnist for Northwoods Sporting Journal. The Journal has granted permission to re-print Paul’s articles. Thank you Northwoods Sporting Journal.
A review of the Bird Dogs Afield annual hunt in Allagash, Maine.
Is it a disaster if your pup catches a bird during training? Paul explains why it’s not the end of the world.
Paul explains why you should work to steady your dog. A steady dog might just live longer.
Properly preparing for hunting season requires many steps. This article explains what you should be doing.
In this article, Paul explains the process for chilled artificial insemination. Paul and Susan have used this method of breeding the past two years. It provides the dam owner to breed to any sire in the country without shipping a dog.
In this article we explore the incredible canine nose.
This article discusses how bird scent is diffused through the air.
In this article, we discuss how scent is created on an upland game bird.
Are you using the “whoa” command at the right time? Paul explains the proper use of “whoa”.
In a departure from birds and bird dogs, Paul writes about the many people he meets through his hunting travels.
Paul writes about the importance of taking your time with breaking your puppy from chasing birds.