D.T. Systems Continues Sponsorship of Upland Gundog Association

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Dallas, TX. — (AmmoLand.com) D.T. Systems is proud to renew sponsorship of the Upland Gundog Association in 2015. In their third year, this family-friendly, hunter-centric and upland focused organization hosted several hunt test events with hundreds of entries, operated in five states and even Canada.

“We are vey excited to have D.T. Systems return as a sponsor of UGA”, said Ryan Eder, UGA President. “We train with the quality products that D.T. Systems makes and they definitely help our dogs become more proficient in the field.”

The UGA offers hunt test for both pointing and flushing breeds, at the Gundog or Advanced level. They are also unique in that pointing Labradors are allowed to run in the pointer division. The Open Challenge is a more competitive, tournament style competition where a handler and dog are asked to hunt and harvest three birds in the fastest time possible. The interest in this venue has been overwhelming, and bird dog owners all over are very excited to enjoy a weekend full of dog training and hunting-like competition.

Upcoming UGA Events Include:

March 14/15 – NAHRA Judges Clinic & Upland hunt test – Kansasville, WI

March 28 – Iowa City, IA

March 28 – Jarrat, VA (NUCS/UGA co-sanctioned trial)

April 4 – Moreland, GA

April 18 – Grinnell, IA

April 25 – Iowa City, IA

April 26 – Courtland, MN (co-sanctioned with Upland Challenge Series)

May 9 – UGA Nationals Grinnell, IA

To learn more about D.T. System Products and its complete line of dog training products, visit www.dtsystems.com. Also visit the D.T. Systems Facebook page, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube Channel.DT Systems orange logo

For more information about the UGA or to register for an event visit www.uplandgundog.com or “LIKE” them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/#!/uplandgundog.

About the Upland Gundog Association

The Upland Gundog Association (UGA) was founded in 2012 originally as the Upland Retriever Association. The idea was to create an upland hunt test venue for retrievers as there were very limited choices of venues to participate in. Shortly after, the company shifted to an all sporting breed organization by adding a pointing division for both the hunt tests and the Gundog Open Challenge. Over the past two years the UGA has really taken shape as an all-around dog training organization, dedicated to helping people get their bird dogs to the highest level possible in the field. The UGA offers training seminars and educational workshops, youth events and education, hunt tests for pointers and flushers and the Gundog Open Challenge.