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  1. I found this good article about Squirrels here in Michigan. Squirrels.PDF
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  2. There is a misconception that a great hunting dog is developed. In fact, the truth of the matter is most great hunting dogs are born to be great hunters. How can that be you ask? Because most great hunting dogs come from an ancestry of proven hunting dogs that have the genetic being and pedigree to be a great hunting dog. A pedigree is a lineage that shows a great deal about the line from which a dog descends by listing all of the ancestors behind a particular dog or litter. In the Rat Terrier world, the name “Decker” is synonymous with great hunting dogs. Milton Decker started de
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  3. AKC’s Guide to Responsible Dog Breeding Use the following resources as a guide to breeding by downloading the Full Guide or by following each step for more information below. You may also want to view the AKC webinar on Planning Breedings: Are you ready to breed a litter? Prepare Yourself for Breeding a Litter Breed to Improve Understand the Commitment Choose A Suitable
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  4. Awhile ago I wrote an article on retrieving and how to get your dog enjoying a game of fetch (with a ball or dummy). Since that time I have been asked by quite a few people how do they get their dog to find things that have been lost or just play 'Hide and Seek' to exercise their dog physically and mentally. Hunting dogs have an inherited ability, a natural instinct which is at the front of their motivations and that is to hunt. They enjoy it and the scent of game is like an expensive perfume that they search out. But the pet dog also has hunting instincts. They may be lying a little dorman
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