Quail Hunting Dogs

Quail hunting can be a very exciting and entertaining adventure but as most of you know quails are very fast and clever animals so hunting them can be very difficult. With a little help from your dog you might end up catching a few of these animals. Here is a list of the most popular dogs used for quail hunting:

Quail Hunting Dogs 1

American Water Spaniel - The American Water Spaniel has a crisp-textured, tightly cured coat lined with a protective undercoat. The coat colors can be liver/chocolate and sometimes the dogs can have a small white spot on their chest. The dog has a medium-length muzzle that is smooth and square. The American Water Spaniel has either a black or dark nose and an eye color that should match the coat color ( shades of brown/hazel ).Read more about the American Water Spaniel here

Quail Hunting Dogs 2

Beagle - This is a sturdy and squarely-built hardy small hound that has an easy-care and sleek short coat. The coat can come in any hound color, for example: tri-color, black & tan, red & white, orange & white or lemon & white. The Beagle is similar in appearance with the English Foxhound. The dog’s muzzle is square and straight and the skull is broad and a bit rounded. The Beagle hound has wide ears that are pendant. The dog’s brown/hazel eyes have an unique pleading expression.Read more about the Beagle here

Quail Hunting Dogs 3

Native American Indian Dog - This breed is very rare with risks of extinction; it was used by the native Americans to pack a backpack filled with family possessions and to pull travois. Back in the days, these dogs were used for hunting all sorts of games, ranging from moose to rabbit; an interesting aspect, they were taught even how to fish so as you can see it is a very versatile dog, capable of adapting to any given environment.Read more about the Native American Indian Dog here

Quail Hunting Dogs 4

Curly-Coated Retriever - The Curly-Coated Retriever is a large breed, an athletic retriever that has a distinctive crisp curly coat that is thick and comes in a black or a live-colored shade. The coat protects the dog from icy waters and brambles. The dog’s little curs can be found even on the small-sized ears, the neck, the tail and the back of the head; only the front of the legs, face and hocks are smooth. The Curly-Coated Retriever is an agile, strong, elegant and graceful dog that is easily trainable and known for its intelligence.Read more about the Curly Coated Retriever here

Quail Hunting Dogs 5

Wirehaired Pointing Griffon - The Wirehaired Pointing Griffon is a strong and graceful hunting dog. It is a medium-sized rough-coated dog with a large and long head along with a square muzzle and bushy eyebrows. The dog’s neck is quite long, without dewlap and a skull that is the same length from the stop to the occiput as it is from the nose to the stop. The Wirehaired has large eyes and elliptical with either brown or yellow irises.Read more about the Wirehaired Pointing Griffon here

Quail Hunting Dogs 6

Perdiguero De Burgos - The Perdiguero De Burgos is not as heavily built as it looks but it has muscular shoulders. The dog has a lot of skin which comes from being in a close relationship with the more famous Sabueso Espanol. The dog’s chest is deep and broad while the head is square-shaped with a moderately defined stop. The dog has a long muzzle that is very broad and square-shaped. The very long and wide ears hang down in folds and are rather soft and high-set.Read more about the Perdiguero De Burgos here

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