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Gundog Central is a centralized location for finding your next Gun Dog, Bird Dog, Field Dog .... and now Hound dogs. 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.

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Whether you're looking for pointer breeds like the English Pointers, English Setters or French Brittany's, Retrievers like the Labradors Retrievers or Golden Retriever, Flushing breeds like the English Cocker Spaniel, English Springer Spaniel or Boykin Spaniel, or Versatile breeds like the German Shorthaired Pointers, Weimaraner , Hungarian Vizsla or German Wirehaired 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.

New for 2020, we have absorbed our sister site Hounddog Central and added a few of the hound dog breeds that were listed there. You can now find Hound dogs, Coon dogs, Beagles, Fiest and Cur for sale here. So if you're interested in buying or selling Bluetick coonhounds, Redbones, Black and Tan, Treeing Walkers, Beagles, Blackmouth Cur and Mountain Feist, you've come to the right spot.

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Quail with Saffron Couscous

Posted on Friday 10th May 2024 07:03:15 PM

If you’re handy in the kitchen, this quail and saffron couscous recipe will take you no more than 30 minutes to have dinner ready on the table.

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Turkey Stand

Posted on Sunday 5th May 2024 07:52:34 PM

It was four in the morning, and still dark outside when Charlie woke his son Avery. They had to get going early for the hunting trip. Charlie didn't make a big breakfast. He just boiled some eggs for the road. Boiled eggs worked well sitting by a tree all day. He would also take along canned Vienna sausages - the tiny meat logs crowded into a gelatinous ooze that Avery loved.

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The Hunt Goes On

Posted on Saturday 20th April 2024 08:32:33 PM

In the early 70s bird hunting was at its peak in Eastern North Carolina. I was a youngster still and loved to tag along on hunts with family and longed to have my own dogs. It was about this time that I attended my first bird dog field trial, a horseback event being held near my Uncle Henry’s farm. It was there that I first remember meeting Dr. W.C. Sanderson. He was there to compete as was his brother “Dute” Sanderson, a popular local professional dog trainer.

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Should We?

Posted on Friday 19th April 2024 07:57:19 PM

Hurricane Hattie had requalified with a third place in the last qualifier of the season. Should they enter her was the question occupying her owner, Sam Slade, and handler, Mack Bain. Both were ambivalent and unsure of their judgment on the issue.

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The Master

Posted on Thursday 18th April 2024 06:44:35 PM

One of my earliest memories is the smell of the Hoppes gun oil my dad would use on his Sweet 16 Browning after a bird hunt. He and my uncles would tell stories of 30 coveys a day, of the “ditch bank birds”, those bobs that would provide great sport by scattering out down a line, giving the gunners an easy opportunity. Tales of limits by lunchtime and perfectly broke pointers and setters kept my interest high. Like a puppy, I wanted desperately to go with the men on a real bird hunt but was deemed too immature.

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All my heroes are gone

Posted on Wednesday 17th April 2024 06:40:49 PM

As we climbed out of the old Chevy truck, my nostrils were bitten by the cold Kentucky morning. I always loved the way that the cold air pierced your lungs. Such an infusion of life. The cold wrapped around me, but the warmth of excitement invigorated my soul. I had read many times in the old Field and Stream magazines about the venture I was undertaking with my uncle. I had finally made it. I had gotten the invitation to stand over his prize possessions, an old Elhew pointer and a Lewellin setter.

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A Jam Up Hunt

Posted on Tuesday 16th April 2024 08:30:27 PM

It was going to be a good day. You could feel it. My son Steven and I were hunting for woodies on our favorite beaver pond. As we put our canoe in the water the temperature hovered around freezing as a light rain begin to drizzle on us. Perfect conditions for ducks!

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My Life As A Field Trial Reporter

Posted on Monday 15th April 2024 06:52:16 PM

From 1995 until 2022 I had two professions, lawyer and pointing dog field trial reporter. The first to earn money to pay creditors and afford to indulge in the second, pursued for the pleasure it brought me.

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The Long Journey Home

Posted on Sunday 14th April 2024 05:37:43 PM

Belle’s favorite pastime time lately, was to become perfectly still, and at the most opportune time snap and catch one of the deer flies that tormented her. That’s what her life had become. She hadn’t known freedom for a year now and her spirit was weak, waning, nearly broken. She had plenty to eat, that wasn’t a problem. Brown Man brought meat scraps to her, and he kept her water clean too. But her whole world lay within the radius of the chain she was shackled to. She had grown to accept the chain, but not willingly. After a while she learned it best to not dream of home and Randall. She rested solely in the fact that Pup was growing strong, and that Brown Man was not a cruel man.

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