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Although pups are the most common route to gaining a canine partner, they aren't the only way to go.

Puppies work for some hunters but not for others, thus a good many sportsmen are weighing the pros and cons of pups versus dogs with varying levels of training. A pup is pedigree and possibility. An older dog is more of a known quantity, with the advantage of being able to hunt for you much sooner. Once a breed is selected, hunters have four options from which to choose: puppy or introduced...

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