Flushing Dogs

Flushing Dogs

Flushing Dogs

 

Getting to Know the Flushing Dogs:

Generally, spaniels and retrievers make great flushing dogs when hunting upland game. They work much more closely with the hunter and are trained to flush game. This is simply finding the game and then driving it from its hiding place so the hunter can shoot it. quail_hunting Hunting dogs like this one are different from other kinds such as the pointers. This particular hunting dog is known for there flushing ability.  Some hunting dogs like retrievers are also trained to develop their flushing ability. Most of the hunting dogs that fall under the flushing category are very friendly with people and make great hunting companions, as well as pets. True to its name, these hunting dogs, flush its prey. Meaning, it locates the game being hunted and then drives it away from its hiding place. This gives the hunter the chance to shoot or capture the bird being hunted. Flushing Dogs Flushing dogs don’t cover the same amount of ground as pointers and they need to kept within shotgun distance. Most often, they are used on birds that run away from the hunter.  One type of bird where this breed excels at hunting are pheasants. A flushing dog doesn’t point the bird, which gives it little time to escape. Once flushed, hunting dogs will sit and watch the flight of the bird until such time that it’s ready to be retrieved.

 

Here is a list of Flushing Dogs. The Flushing Dogs that are highlighted in yellow, will have puppies for sale, started dogs for sale, breeders and trainers. More To Come!!!

 

American Cocker Spaniel

American Water Spaniel 

Boykin Spaniel  

Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Curly-Coated Retriever

English Cocker Spaniel

English Springer Spaniel

Field Spaniel

Flat Coated Retriever

Golden Retriever

Labradoodle

Labrador Retriever

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Welsh Springer Spaniel