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The countryside is a place of beauty for all to see, and people from all walks of life come to and enjoy the fulfillment of game shooting, and the satisfaction of seeing their gun dogs working. This book provides the gun dog owner with knowledge about the behaviour of their dogs, and helps those who work with gun dogs to get the best out of them.
Hunter Adair was born in Ayrshire in 1933 and was brought up on a farm where he began working with dogs at the age of seven. After studying at the West of Scotland Agricultural College in Ayr, he worked for the Milk Marketing Board in different capacities for over 30 years, and was also the editor of one of the company's farming magazines for a time. At present, the author is running the family farm at Hexham, Northumberland, and occasionally writes for local publications about farming, wildlife, shooting, gundogs and the countryside. During 2002, Hunter Adair won the runner-up NFU Country Person of the Year Award. He is the author of several country books for both adults and children.