The Ultimate Goal:
A Well Trained Gun Dog
Want a gun dog that's easy to train, one that can find and bring in the birds, and be a good family dog, too?
Then check out these books by Joan Bailey!
Ptarmigan in Alaska Requires a Good Gun Dog
How to Help Gun Dogs Train Themselves will take you and your dog through the first year. For many hunters this best-selling book is all you'll need.
How to Have the Best Trained Gun Dog is Joan's latest book. It's for those who want a finished dog; one that is steady to shot and steady at the blind.
Griffon, The History and the Story of How to Improve a Breed focuses on this amazing gun dog. The last third of the book is about breeding and judging all the versatile hunting dog breeds.
Griffon is being used as a reference by Cornell University in their research on canine genetics.
2011: Griffon was used extensively
as a reference for Pointing Dogs,
Volume One: The Continentals
by Craig Koshyk.