The Best Equipment for a Successful Dog Pig Hunt

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The Best Equipment for a Successful Dog Pig Hunt The popularity of dog pig hunting has taken off in recent years as more and more people have taken to the great outdoors to hunt the growing numbers of wild pigs. Hunting pigs with dogs can be an amusing experience as well as an extremely rewarding one. Having said this in order for this to happen it is important to make sure that you have the right equipment to realise that success and reward. On that note the following is a brief guide to the best equipment for a successful dog pig hunt. 1. Dog pig collar A dog pig collar is a necessity for your dog when undertaking a pig hunt. A dog pig collar differs from a traditional dog collar as it is designed in such a way as to protect the dog’s vulnerable and vital areas. There are different types of dog pig collars that can protect the neck shoulders chest or body or a combination of all four areas. These types of collars are reinforced to give the dog protection against attack and come in fluorescent colours to make your dog more noticeable. 2. Water Water is a vital resource not only to you but to your dog as well. As a pig hunt may involve several hours of trekking across many different types of terrain in warm or hot weather it is imperative that you carry an adequate amount of water to keep both

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yourself and your dog sufficiently hydrated. Make sure that in addition to the water you bring a bowl for your dog to drink from. 3. First Aid Kit Given the inherent dangers of pig hunting you should always ensure that you are carrying a basic yet well-stocked first aid kit in your hunting gear bag. It is likely that you or your dog may get injured at some point during your pig hunting adventures which is why your first aid kit is an important piece of equipment to have. 4. Hunting Knife A good quality hunting knife is another vital piece of kit to have packed away in your outdoor gear bag when embarking on a dog pig hunting trip. In order to ensure that it doesn’t let you down when you go in for the kill make sure that it has a stainless steel blade of at least 8 to 10 inches in length and has a non-slip grip. You cannot underestimate the importance of being well equipped when going on a pig hunt. Remember that this is a basic guide and there are numerous other items that you may choose to pack in your gear bag also. For more Information on Outdoor Gear Bag Hunting Gear Bag. Please visit : Duncan’s Pig Dog Collars PO Box 56 SURAT QLD 4417 ABN: 85 603 308 818 Tel: +61 07 4626 5159 Fax: +61 07 4626 5162