gun dog

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Synonyms for gun dog

a dog trained to work with sportsmen when they hunt with guns

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Demonstrations including gundog training and Musher sled dogs took place in the main ring.
Top gundog at Crufts 2012 was a flatcoated retriever called Keeper
I've been here twice before, and won best in show in 2010 with a Hungarian vizsla, so to come back with Greg and do it again and come third overall in the gundog category is just as special.
Owner John irlwell, of Whickham, Gateshead, fought o competition from a whole host of other dogs to scoop the coveted prize after being awarded third best gundog overall in a previous session.
This morning the Duke of Cambridge will watch gundog and falconry displays, before meeting young farmers and viewing the cattle judging.
The man, understood to be a serial streaker, ran into the arena during the Gundog competition at the NEC on Sunday.
Tomorrow visitors can see the showing of hound, terrier and utility groups, Saturday the working and pastoral groups with the gundog and toy groups showing on Sunday.
Other attractions during the event will be a large vintage display and working vintage demonstrations, craft avenue, fair organ, gundog display and trade stands.
There will be multiple 'have-a-go' activities including flyball, agility, Talking Dogs Scentwork, a gundog scurry and a dog show with pawesome prizes.
As well as a host of hands-on activities, you can enjoy birds of prey and gundog displays - plus children under 15 get in free.
Second favourite at 2-1 is the Utility dog, one which can play in any position, bracketed alongside the Gundog, which is a nice dog to have but you can never get it through airport security.
Among the livestock, local produce, machinery and rural crafts, a gundog display by the Clwyd Retriever Club was a highlight for visitor Anwen Bellis.
Then he became familiar with the American Gundog League (AGL) and the British Labrador Retriever Association (BLRA) and began importing British Labs and competing in British-style trials in this country.