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Kill It, Clean It, Cook It, Eat It is a goldmine of surefire techniques of hunting, cleaning, and cooking a game in the most traditional and appropriate of ways. The writer of this book, Haley Heathman, has literally poured in all her knowledge of hunting and cleaning a game learned from her Hunting Guide hubby and all those hunters she had the privilege of meeting, and cooking learned from working side by side with renown chefs at her job as a Yacht Stewardess. The book contains 6 unique chapters related to the hunting, cleaning, and cooking of 6 unique wild game species found in North America. All of these chapters have been written in utter simplicity without trivializing the importance of the subject and the credibility of the matter explaining it. Because of this, even a novice hunter can educate himself on all the proven methods of hunting the 6 species differently and carrying out all the rest of the steps like a pro. But this book is not only intended for the beginners. The expert hunters can also learn a lot of things, for example cooking a game, in mere days. The benefits of Kill It, Clean It, Cook It, Eat It, are further increased and augmented by 3 unavoidable bonuses, containing a cookbook from Tanorria Askew, 4 audio DVDs of 4 interviews with expert hunters, and an audio transcript of those. For anyone who wants to live the American tradition of hunting and help revive it, this book is surely a goldmine of knowledge. Continue reading...

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Special Advantages Of Home Kennels

A kennel, such as those described for the suburban dog, is a good idea in the country. Not so much for keeping the dog confined all of the time, as for special occasions. One of these would be a female in heat. Another would be during the hunting season, especially if you have a hunting dog. There are unscrupulous hunters who will have no conscience twinges after they have stolen your Beagle or Setter. Play it safe keep the dog in a kennel during the hunting season.

What Is a Breed Or a Mixed Breed

The same happened within most of the occupations dogs filled big game hunters, vermin hunters, livestock guardians, and more. The dog's ability was much more important than any other traits at the time. But at various times during our shared history from early Egyptian, Greek, and Roman civilizations through today the dog's appearance was also important. People bred to accentuate certain characteristics, such as size, body type or shape, head and muzzle shape, coat color, type, and length, and more. In this way, breeds were developed.

Origins of Selective Breeding

By the 5th century BC, various breeds had been developed for specific hunting tasks and purposes. Xenophon, a student of Socrates, wrote an important essay around 380 BC on hunting and hunting dogs, entitled Cynegeti-cus (1925 1984). The tract gives one a rare glimpse into the breeding and training of Greek hunting dogs. For hunting hare and driving the quarry into nets, the Castorian and vulpine breeds were favored. Deer hunting required bigger and stronger breeds like the Indian hounds (mastiff-type dogs). For wild-boar hunting, a variety of dogs were employed in a mixed pack, including the Indian, Cretan, Locrian, and Laconian breeds. The vulpine breed, as its name implies, was believed by Xenophon to be the result of crossbreeding a dog with a fox. Clearly, great care was taken to keep these breeds unadulterated. Xenophon describes the use of a wide surcingle (girth strap), apparently used to prevent undesirable matings

Smooth Coat and Rough Coat

Russian Toy Terrier Broken Coat

He Karelian Bear Dog (KBD) is an old breed that originated in the region of Karelia in northern Europe. These fearless dogs were used to hunt big game, including elk, bears, and wolves. Thousands of years ago, people and their dogs migrated from Karelia into what is now known as Finland, where the dog is still popular. Although this breed resembles the Russo-European Laika and shares a history, breed expert Gail Rasanen says that modern KBDs crossed with Laikas are considered mixed breeds.

Why Dachshunds have long bodies

All purebred dogs are made, to some extent. A tiny Chihuahua and a giant Tibetan Mastiff are both variations on the same theme, created by humans through selective breeding to serve a specific purpose. Dachshunds, too, were designed to serve a specific purpose to follow a badger, or other burrowing game, into its tunnel and flush it out or bark to alert an accompanying human of its whereabouts. German hunters probably crossed short-legged, long-bodied French hounds like Basset Hounds and Beagles with Terriers that liked to dig underground and chase vermin, although nobody knows for sure. We do know they developed Miniature Dachshunds during the 1800s by crossing in smaller dogs and breeding the smallest Dachshunds together, specifically for hunting purposes, too. The Mini's tiny body could fit into even smaller holes in pursuit of small game. Of course, the Minis also made (and still make) charming lap dogs, too.

Dogandteacher Relationship

The pup will pick up his cue from your behavior. Approach the lessons in a playful manner and the dog will respond in a similar manner. Both you and the dog should enter into the lessons with a serious intention. You are not out to make the lessons a grueling marathon of learning, but neither are you supposed to make a big game of them. The pup is in school to learn some important lessons that will have a bearing on his future in your home and community. Show him that you will not tolerate any fooling and he'll fall into line.

Chapter The origins of the Chow Chow

In China, however, he was the watchdog of the entire household, and a prized possession to such an extent that Chinese emperors kept 200 Chow Chows for use while hunting. In fact, Chinese authors point out that the Pekingese, Shih Tzus and Lhasas were considered the Royal Dogs of China, while the humble and hardy Chow Chow was used solely for hunting.

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Hunting Mastery Selected Tips

Deer hunting is an interesting thing that reminds you of those golden old ages of 19th centuries, where a handsome hunk well equipped with all hunting material rides on horse searching for his target animal either for the purpose of displaying his masculine powers or for enticing and wooing his lady love.

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