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Porter Ventures Abroad

By Nathan Dudney and Danielle Drewrey Experience stories of Adventure Dogs along with tips on training for your next adventure.  An adventure dog is prepared to go anywhere.  Wildrose Whistling Teal “Porter” embodies what an adventure dog is and more.  … Continue reading

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Ticks

By Mike Stewart, Wildrose International Ticks have never been popular creatures with people or their dogs.  In fact, I can only think of a couple of species that enjoy ticks… free-range guineas and chickens.  Yum! We all struggle in warmer … Continue reading

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Group Work Wednesdays

Every Wednesday, at any given Wildrose location, you can find trainers and owners working together. Group-work Wednesday is a staple in the Wildrose way of training. It encourages dogs, and trainers, of all ages and skill levels to develop steadiness, … Continue reading

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#MondayswithMattis

By Tom Smith, Wildrose Oxford Wildrose Aithness Allie, call name Mattis, is a true Wildrose Heritage Dog. Whelped on September 24, 2018, his sire was Hamish (2001-2015), who was a long-time stud here in Oxford, and his dam, Wildrose Bombshell Ginger, … Continue reading

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Snake Avoidance

By Guy Billups, Wildrose Texas Our dogs face many dangers afield, from barbwire and thorns, to more dangerous situations such as venomous snakes. While many of us will not face snakes during our hunting seasons, summer months across the United … Continue reading

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Falconry with the Gentleman’s Gundog

By Dr. Ben W. McClelland Man has emerged from the shadows of antiquity with a peregrine on his wrist. Its dispassionate brown eyes, more than any other bird, have been witness to the struggle for civilization, from squalid tents on … Continue reading

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Pheasant Fricassee on Savory Waffles

As a frequent visitor and sometime participant in tower shoots, I find my freezer full of frozen pheasant breasts and looking for ways to turn them into easy, delicious meals. With an inspiration from Kirk Parker, I have developed this recipe … Continue reading

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Transitional Training

Guy Billups, Wildrose Texas Transitional training is the practice of utilizing specific training exercises designed to bridge the gap between field training activities and actual hunting conditions; the Wildrose Way is to train as you hunt, hunt as you train. There … Continue reading

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Mark Donohoo’s Ears, Eyes, and Nose: Combining a Passion and a Profession in Using His Dog and His Hearing Device 

By Dr. Ben W. McClelland   Mark Donohoo owns, travels with, and hunts with Wildrose Thor (Indian X Pippa). While we refer to Thor as a dog of duality (gundog and diabetic alert dog), he also accompanies Mark to trade shows … Continue reading

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Dogs of Duality

By Mike Stewart, Wildrose International The dual-purpose gundog is a distinction that Wildrose Kennels is known to produce, The Gentleman’s Gundog:  The Versatile Lab that is equally effective on upland game birds and waterfowl. Also, of course, one that is … Continue reading

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