Welcome to Gundog Central

A centralized place to find your next hunting dog

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 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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Gundog Central Reload – 06-19-2021

Posted on Saturday 19th June 2021 08:31:31 AM

We recently started experiencing an issue with Gundog Central that prevented mobile phones on AT&T cellular network form reaching the site. As a result of getting this issue fixed, I had to move Gundog Central to a new, updated server. While the problem with the cell phones may be resolved, it’s created a few other issues. Parts of Gundog Central didn’t want to work on the new server and had to be rewritten. I also know that some of the text has been corrupted on previous ads, articles and pedigrees and I’ve been working to get that fixed. I’m asking if you notice anything that isn’t working to please let me know. You can call or text me at 731-926-0238 or send me an email to [email protected]

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Heat Stress: Early Signs and Life-Saving Tactics

Posted on Sunday 13th June 2021 07:55:57 PM

Pet owners tend to think of their dogs in human terms. When it’s cold, they want to make sure their pets are warm – to the same degree, literally, that they themselves are comfortable. At the Sportsmen’s Alliance, we’ve even seen legislation banning outside dogs when temps drop to 32 degrees.

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Goose Breast with Rosemary Fig Sauce

Posted on Monday 10th May 2021 06:24:26 PM

Pan-seared duck or goose breast is simple, quick and classic, and hunters who are used to throwing away the skin on their waterfowl should rethink this habit. A goose or ducks skin is the best part of the animal.

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Minnesota Bill Prohibits Lead Ammo

Posted on Saturday 1st May 2021 09:33:45 AM

Minnesota State Rep. Kelly Morrison has introduced legislation prohibiting the use or possession of lead ammunition while hunting. Anyone who violates House Bill 2556 will face a fine of $500 for the first offense and subsequent offenses will receive a $1,000 to $5,000 fine. House Bill 2556 was referred to the House Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Finance and Policy where it awaits a hearing.

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SportDOG: Gear the way youd design it

Posted on Monday 26th April 2021 08:18:57 PM

My dentist, Doc Biehn, was a waterfowler and I always got to check it out when I got my teeth cleaned as a kid. I remember one visit when he handed me a new, Marlin Super Goose he extracted from his closet. I'd never seen anything like the 10 gauge, bolt action shotgun that took a 3.5 inch shell and came with a two-shell clip and full-choked 34-inch barrel. That beast weighed a whopping 10.5 pounds, making it a virtual shoulder-cannon for waterfowlers. I could barely lift the heavy artillery let alone work the bolt without significant muzzle rock. My amazement turned to confusion, and in the end I couldn't see how that firearm would replace my side-by-side or pump in the blind. The Super Goose must have been designed by someone who didn't hunt geese.

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Girls, Guns, and Gun Dogs!

Posted on Monday 12th April 2021 05:15:18 PM

Growing up in the south one gains an appreciation for late fall/early springtime bobwhite quail hunting behind a brace of pointers about as much as anything can be appreciated. The landscape here is dotted with private plantations, public shooting preserves, and small family farms that hold the elusive Gentleman-Bob…opportunities abound. In fact, I cut my gun dog teeth, as it were, training pointing breeds and stumbling around bottom lands I could access hunting quail. It would be some years before I switched my focus over to retrieving breeds entering the world of professional training and trial competition.

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Featured Gun Dog Ad of the Day

Posted on Saturday 19th June 2021 07:41:19 PM

Featured Bird Dog of the day. Ad created by JIM HARRIS & MATT HARRIS. #gundogcentral #birddogs #birdhunting #upland #wetland #gundogs #sportdog #fielddog #hounddog #dogsofgundogcentral #loyalldogfood #loyallforlife #sportdogbrand #gearthewayyouddesignit #huntdogmania #wearyourpassion #EnglishPointer

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Smoked Chukar White Lasagna

Posted on Saturday 19th June 2021 12:54:59 PM

We live on a small acre sized lot, in the middle of town, not a lot of room to have your own garden. It takes me about fifteen minutes to cut the grass. I wanted to plant my own garden, but I lived to far from the family’s farm to do it there, so I built a small, raised bed garden in the backyard. It’s three beds, roughly eight foot by ten foot each. In the beginning, I justified building it, thinking that I’d easily be able to get enough groceries out of it to justify the cost … man was I wrong. Somehow, I keep finding new ways to put money into it. I have the lumber cost and all the dirt that I moved in to fill up the beds, plus I installed an irrigation system, so it’d self-water itself. I even installed a solar panel to charge some batteries to power a camera to take still images of the garden while it grows, so I could create a time-lapse video at the end of the growing season. Plus, I installed the world most boring live web cam, so I can remotely check the garden any time I wanted. I’ll soon be adding temperature sensor for the air and soil, a humidity probe, and I plan to add a weather station to record rain fall amount and wind speed. To say that I’ve gotten carried away with my little garden project would be an understatement.

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Chukar Stock

Posted on Saturday 19th June 2021 11:39:29 AM

Ive had a few Chukar recipes on the site where I needed to make a stock as part of the process. I wasn’t willing to substitute chicken stock or pheasant stock in my recipes that featured Chukar, but there is no reason I couldn’t have. For those recipes, I wanted to amp up the Chukar flavor, and part of my plan was to just do a quick stock while cooking the birds. This was done to save time, kind of killing two birds with one stone. The problem with doing it that way, is that the stock I ended up with was paler in color than what I would have liked, and the flavors weren’t as bold … it was still good and worked for what I wanted, but I knew I could do better. When I came up with the idea for doing another Chukar recipe for the site, a Chukar Lasagna, I knew I wanted to up my Chukar Stock game as well. So, I set out to cook my birds beforehand this time, all I had to decide was how I wanted to do that. A few years ago, for Fathers Day, my wife and kids got me a Smoker. I absolutely love it! I could spend all day just sitting on the back porch watching smoke roll out of it and smelling the food cook. I love smoking Turkeys, Chickens, Ribs, Salmon, Sweet Potatoes, really anything else I can get my hands on. So, it wasn’t much of a decision when I decided to smoke these little Chukars before making this stock, but there’s no reason I couldn’t have roast them or even grill them.

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