At R&R Pheasant Hunting, many clients come to our 18,000 acre preserve because it affords them some quality time with their dogs. Our hunting dogs are an essential part of the hunting process, and have been for a thousand years. Whereas today hunting is largely a recreational activity, its ancient roots can be traced back to the beginning of time. Dogs are the only animals to voluntarily befriend humans, and this relationship could have started because of cooperation during hunting. Nowhere else does there exist such a symbiotic relationship between man and dog.
On the hunt, dogs provide more than just companionship. They are there to provide the hunter with a sharp set of ears and eyes that he simply does not possess. Hunters don’t use dogs because they make the hunt more exciting; they are integral to the hunting process itself. When both man and dog are working together, no sound is necessary, and that is a beautiful thing.
Training Your Dog
Here at R&R Pheasant Hunting, our South Dakota hunting dogs are experts at pointing and retrieving. On our guided tours, we teach our guests the foundations of good hunting dog training. A properly trained dog will substantially increase your hit count, and make the hunt even more exciting. Our preserve provides some of the best hunting the great state of South Dakota has to offer, and our wild birds present a challenge to both man and dog alike.
Our guests leave the preserve with a profound understanding of their dogs. If you bring your dog on a pheasant hunt at R&R, you’ll get to see him in optimal hunting conditions. It will be an educational experience for yourself as well. Pheasant hunting is a challenge enjoyed by both man and dog alike.