Gun Dogs

The Gun Dog Breed Group consists of four main categories. The difference in these four categories varies significantly. If you’re considering owning a Gun Dog, then you must fully understand each category before making a decision on the dog breed.

They make wonderful family pets providing they’re trained correctly from a young age.

Popular Gun Dog Breeds

Pointer

This dog breed is known for being athletic and requires considerable amounts of exercise and access to large open spaces where they can run and let out some energy. This dog breed group is suited to an active family that enjoys the outdoors as opposed to a family looking for a dog to relax at home with. 

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English Springer Spaniel

The Spaniel is a hunter and this is their strongest instinct as well as retrieving. They’re a lively dog breed, always looking for opportunities to hunt for prey. Fast on their paws, the Spaniel is highly energetic and requires lots of daily exercises as well as mental stimulation.

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Labrador Retriever

The Retriever is a patient dog breed and has the skill and ability to wait for long periods of time before they are instructed to go and retrieve. They’re very calm and experts at retrieving game when accompanying their owners. They can run a great distance and if trained correctly, will come back when given the command from their owner. The most common retriever in the UK is the Labrador Retriever.

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