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Flushing dogs are often used on birds that run from the hunter.
Flushing dogs, on the other hand, need reminding of the distance you like them to rove.
Flushing dog, a dog used to scare game out of hiding.
Quarter Retrievers are often used in a secondary role as an upland flushing dog.
Flushing dogs, on the other hand, were often used by falconers to flush game for the raptors.
They are used as a flushing dog.
There are field trials for retrievers, pointing dogs and flushing dogs.
Other breeds of gundog are also often trained as flushing dogs, especially retrievers.
Flushing dogs excel on these types of bird because they do not point the birds, giving them little time for escape on the ground.
Most flushing dogs are very people-friendly and make excellent companions and pets.
Gundogs are traditionally divided into three classes: retrievers, flushing dogs, and pointing breeds.
Quarter A flushing spaniel's primary role is often as an upland flushing dog.
An English Springer Spaniel is foremost an upland flushing dog.
When hunting upland game flushing dogs (spaniels and retrievers) work much more closely with the hunter.
The film also introduced a pack of spined, quadrupedal beasts used as flushing dogs by the "Super Predators".
Steady When hunting upland birds, a flushing dog should be steady to wing and shot, meaning that he sits when a bird rises or a gun is fired.
Urban Gun Dogs: Training Flushing Dogs for Home and Field, The Writer's Collective, 2004.
The FCI Retriever, Flushing Dog and Water Dog Group is made up of three different sections.
The name refers to breeds of Retrievers, Setters, Flushing dogs and Spaniels, Water dogs, and Pointing breeds.
It is listed in Group 8 (retrievers, flushing dogs, water dogs) by the Société Centrale Canine, the French Kennel Club.
A Flushing Dog is a gundog trained to flush game, especially birds, by first finding the game then driving it from its hiding place for a hunter to shoot or capture.
Grouse hunters tend to divide into two groups: those who use pointing or flushing dogs to find the birds, and those who simply walk through as much likely cover as their spirit and legs will allow.
Flushing dogs are different from other gundog types such as pointers and setters, dogs which remain still after locating the game, or retrievers, dogs that fetch the game after it has been shot.
The international kennel club federation, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale, lists most gundog breeds by their hunting style or function in Group 8 Retrievers - Flushing Dogs - Water Dogs.
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