Posts Tagged ‘yellow lab’

Dog of the Day: “Cooper”

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Cooper

Bart Engelking is the proud owner of “Cooper,” his yellow Labrador retriever. Engelking was extra proud after this hunt in which the duo scored their first rooster double.

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Dog of the Day: “Jasper”

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

Jasper

Randy Krebs’ yellow Labrador retriever, “Jasper,” was proud of her first limit of Minnesota pheasants in 2011. Unfortunately, Jasper missed the entire 2012 pheasant hunting season while recovering from TPLO surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament. “Both of us are counting the days until the 2013 season opens. Rooster!” Krebs says.

Have your own bird dog photo you’d like to share? Email it to Anthony Hauck, Pheasants Forever’s Online Editor, at ahauck@pheasantsforever.org.

Dog of the Day: “Dakota”

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Dakota.NickJones

This is Nick Jones’ yellow Labrador retriever, “Dakota.” This picture was taken by Jones’ friend Colby Crossland while they were hunting Jones’ father-in-law’s land in South Dakota.

Have your own bird dog photo you’d like to share? Email it to Anthony Hauck, Pheasants Forever’s Online Editor, at ahauck@pheasantsforever.org.

Dog of the Day: “Molly”

Friday, June 28th, 2013

Molly

This is Jaklynn Platte’s three-year-old yellow Labrador retriever, “Molly,” following the pup’s first-ever pheasant hunt in which three roosters were bagged.

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Dog of the Day: Ready to “Tango” in South Dakota

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Tango

Michigander Bradley Brunken’s yellow Lab, “Tango,” first experienced the pheasant fields of South Dakota at just eight months of age. She made her first retrieve that same year and hasn’t looked back. “As she matured, she has become a trusted hunting companion and we spend numerous hours together each fall doing what she does best – chasing pheasants,” Brunken says, “She hunts close in wide sweeping motions, gives me clear signals that a bird is near and retrieves downed birds with joy.” Now 5-years-old, “Tango” is a perfect companion. “Besides being a solid hunter, she is everyone’s best friend back home in Michigan.  Having a dog like this makes for good memories in the field.”

Have your own bird dog photo you’d like to share? Email it to Anthony Hauck, Pheasants Forever’s Online Editor, at ahauck@pheasantsforever.org.