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Activities you can to do with dogs - Field Trials

What happens? Field Trials test a dog's ability to perform the natural hunting instincts. There are three forms of field trial for the various types of hunting dogs. There are field trials for the Pointing and Setting Breeds, Utility Gundogs and for Spaniels and Retrievers. Spaniel and Retriever Field Trials are conducted in the field, dogs are required to hunt, flush and retrieve. In Pointer and Setter Field Trials dogs are assessed on their ability to find and point. The Utility Gundog Field Trials require hunting, pointing and retrieving.

Who can compete? The Gun Dog Breeds, this is normally restricted to breeds registered with the canine council in the group 3 ‘Gun Dog' Group.

Why compete? To bring out the natural instinct of the dog. It provides both owner and dog a great bond and companionship whilst training and you will find the joy that you and your dog can achieve from understanding each other and working together.

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