Labrador Retriever

Labradors are popular gundogs. This lively, loyal dog breed can swim in frigid water. Labradors are good duck-hunting dogs. Friendly and willing to please, Labs make great family pets when not hunting.


Beagles have a great nose and strong voices. This breed mostly hunts bunnies. Beagles are fantastic family pets and good with children. They're affectionate and ready to please.

English Springer Spaniel

English springer spaniels are excellent pheasant flushers. This dog's retrieving skills rival Labradors and Goldens. The little English springer spaniel can hunt in narrow situations. Springers make terrific housedogs.


Instincts for hunting are well developed in pointers. Pointer is an enthusiastic bird dog. This breed is able to go on hunts even when the temperature is high. Pointers are dependable companions in the field and on the couch.

Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Athletic and determined, Chesapeake Bay retrievers. Smart and loyal. Chessie's slick coat resists cold like the Lab's. Labs aren't everyone's best friend. Chessies are family-focused but wary of strangers.

Bluetick Coonhound

The bluetick coonhound may hunt any animal. This breed hunts lions. Good-nosed, high-energy dogs. They're vocal when not hunting. Bluetick is perfect for active families but not apartments.

English Setter

Hunting, he points. Birdhounds. As their popularity grew, setters were divided into conformation and field. Small, featherless dogs hunt best. Large dogs have long feathers. 

Irish Setter

Red-coated Irish setters are fast. They have display and field variations like English setters. This breed is hardworking, robust, and bird-hunting. Kind, affectionate, gentle Irish setters need lots of exercise.

Golden Retriever

Gundogs include golden retrievers. They hunt birds and small prey well. Goldens are loyal and trainable. They make great family pets and are good with kids. They need lots of physical and mental stimulation.

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