Kennesaw, Ga. (Ammoland.Com) — Hunting season may be closed for most species, but that doesn’t mean it’s the off-season for hunting dogs – or their owners.

Training and conditioning are a year-long passion for most dog owners, and spring can be a busy time. So the editors at Game & Fish/Sportsman are offering plenty of information in the March issue for the 53 percent of their readers who own dogs.

March Issue of Game & Fish Sportsman is for the dogs
March Issue of Game & Fish Sportsman is for the dogs

First, a special 6-page feature details the in-and-outs of training your puppy. While all dogs require basic obedience skills, this article explores the special training tips that will create a bold, confident hunting dog.

Readers will also learn how to teach their dog to find and retrieve shed antlers, which has become a popular spring pastime in many parts of the country. In another article, an expert trainer reveals the secrets he uses to solve problems with pointers.

The same issue provides a review of six different e-collars for dog training, discusses the gear that every trainer should have in his “doggie bag,” and tells how to protect your dog’s paws in rough environments.

The March issue is available on newsstands now.

About Outdoor Sportsman Group – Integrated Media

As a premier destination for the most avid outdoors enthusiasts, Outdoor Sportsman Group’s Integrated Media division is widely recognized for its strong special-interest multichannel brands, including Petersen’s Hunting, Guns & Ammo, In-Fisherman, North American Whitetail, Game & Fish/Sportsman and 10 other leading magazines that reach more than 28 million readers. Outdoor Sportsman Group’s network of websites, including,, and attracts more than 78 million annual unique visitors, and OSG TV produces hundreds of TV episodes of original branded hunting, sport shooting and fishing programming that airs on Outdoor Sportsman Group’s broadcast entities. Visit for more information.