Welcome to Gundog Central
Where the Bird is the Word!!
Gundog Central is a centralized location for finding your next Gun Dog, Bird Dog or Field Dog. We've tried to make it as easy as possible for you to browse the many different hunting dogs for sale. We cater to the upland bird hunter and wetland waterfowl enthusiast, as well as people who compete in field trial events.
Whether you’re looking for pointer breeds like the English Pointers, English Setters or French Brittany's, Retrievers like the Labradors Retrievers, Flushing breeds like the English Springer Spaniel, or Versatile breeds like the German Shorthaired Pointers you'll find them here, along with many other hunting dog breeds. You'll find gun dogs in our classified section that are for sale by individuals and professionals alike. Only ads dealing with working gun dogs, bird dogs or field dogs should be posted here.
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Understanding Canine Influenza
If you have been watching the news lately or reading metropolitan newspapers, you may have noticed articles about a “new” flu outbreak in dogs. In some sections of the country, veterinarians are reporting a near-panic situation around this canine flu news. Here are the facts.
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Training Your Retriever for Double Duty
If you own a waterfowl dog, chances are that sooner or later you’re going to ask it to perform upland duty. It might be a pheasant hunt as a sideline to your Dakota duck hunt, or maybe an afternoon of quail hunting after a morning goose hunt. Most retrievers handle their second job pretty well. You can help your dog perform that job even better.
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An American Tradition, Bought and Paid For
Yesterday was opening day of dove season here in Kansas, a day that for me and my shorthairs, could not have come any sooner. We live on a small farm here in Kansas, so a short walk out back is all the traveling we have to do to get down to business, so to speak. We did have some decent shooting in the morning, notice I say shooting. Thats because my disappointed dogs thought that my percentage of kills was rather low. There is nothing worse than the disappointment on their faces when you pull up and fire, but yet the bird keeps right on going. During the heat of the afternoon, I decided to tackle a few items off of my honey do list around the yard. As I worked outside I kept my Franchi 20 gauge leaned up against the picnic table close by, just in case a single or two happened by. I put the chores down in the late afternoon, picked up the shotgun, rounded up the dogs, and headed back to my spot to get down to what I hoped would be some better shooting on my part than I had accomplished earlier in the day. I would like to say that my aim was better in the afternoon than it was in the evening, but my dogs would call me a liar.
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Braque FrancaisBritish Labrador RetrieverCesky FousekChesapeake Bay Retriever
Clumber SpanielCurly Coated RetrieverDeutsch DrahthaarDeutsch Kurzhaar
Deutscher WachtelhundEnglish Cocker SpanielEnglish PointerEnglish Setter
English Springer SpanielField SpanielFlat Coated RetrieverFrench Brittany
French SpanielGerman Longhaired PointerGerman Shorthaired PointerGerman Wirehaired Pointer
Golden RetrieverGordon SetterHungarian VizslaHungarian Wirehaired Vizsla
Irish Red and White SetterIrish Red SetterIrish SetterIrish Water Spaniel
Italian SpinoneKooikerhondjeKorthals GriffonLagotto Romagnolo
Large MunsterlanderLlewellin SetterMissouri Fox Trotting Nova Scotia Duck-Tolling Retriever
Paso FinoPoodlePortuguese PointerPudelpointer
Quarter HorseSaddlebredSmall MunsterlanderSpanish Water Dog
Spinone ItalianoSussex SpanielTennessee Walking HorseWeimaraner
Welsh Springer SpanielWirehaired Pointing Griffon