Saskatchewan Day 4 is Tuesday day 3 of hunting. We had 5 guys hunting with 5 dogs retrieving the birds. We didn’t shoot many birds, a total of 16 so the dogs didn’t get much of a work out today except for their mile walk to and from the field.
Here are some photos from our hunt. The big deal that happened today was that John and Glory got 4 White Fronted Geese otherwise known as Speckle Belly Geese. You don’t see very many of these geese so when a couple flocks came flying in John was lucky enough to be sitting in the right spot and Glory got to retrieve them.
John and Glory’s 4 specs.
Glory proud as ever with her spec.
Hi dad, here is your spec.
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Today I am joining up with Paws and Pedals (AKA FitDog101) and Boingy Dog for their Walk Your Dog Hop held the first Monday of the month.
My Walk Your Dog post is going to be on Saskatchewan Escapades. Since I have hunting dogs most of the time we are out hunting and not on a leash. They are on a leash and tied down when we are sitting in our blind but when it comes time to retrieve a bird they are off leash and then the fun begins. Here are some photos of the dogs retrieving birds in Saskatchewan.
If there is a good day of hunting our dogs get to get many retrieves in and the picture looks like this.
Nellie, Louie, Pearl
After all those retrieves sometimes you just have to take a sit for a moment.
The real beauty is seen in the sky’s above the beauty of the running dogs.
Even know the dogs aren’t on a leash and being walked they are still out getting exercise and I am enjoying the beautiful scenery. My favorite hunts happen in Saskatchewan. Hope you enjoyed Walk You Dog blog hop and my Saskatchewan Escapades.