Duck Hunting Gear for Dogs {{What You Need Now}}

Laura Coppola // February 13

If you are looking for duck hunting gear for dogs, there are supplies you must have. We know that a duck-hunting dog is intelligent, can withstand the cold, and are affectionate. Want to know what supplies you need? Here's our list.

Here is a list of gear for your duck-hunting dog. 

Kennel: Ruffland makes great durable kennels that are perfect for a wet dog.

Neoprene Vest: Help keep your dog warm when the temperatures drop and protect its belly if they need to break through the ice. Vests with handles on top also provide an easy way to pull your dog back into the boat. 

duck hunting dog neoprene vest

Dog Blind: This is a must if you are hunting from land or shallow water. It is a great place for your dog to stay out of sight and provides an easy training setup. 

duck hunting dog blind

Duck Dummy: This is a great duck-hunting dog supply. It gives the dog an idea of the weight of the bird. 

Duck Scent: If you can, stick a duck in the freezer until you are ready to use it for training. Otherwise, you can purchase duck scent to rub on training tools.

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Bumper: This is a cheap and durable alternative to the duck dummy and can be used for training – including holds.

Training Collar: The SportDog collar is durable and of good quality. Their great customer service is an added benefit!

duck hunting dog trying collar

Nutrition: If you want your dog to perform, feed it the right things. We give our dog duck hearts.

Welp! There you go. This is our list of the duck hunting dog gear you must have!

About the Author

Laura Coppola

As an avid outdoorswoman, I am always up for new adventures. When my husband introduced me to hunting, I was hooked! After six years and hundreds of hours spent hunting, I am now able to introduce our young daughter to all nature has to offer. My family is based on the Wisconsin side of the Mississippi so we have the luxury of adventuring through four seasons and the opportunity to hunt an abundance of wild game. I’m excited to be here to take with me through the struggles and triumphs of motherhood and the outdoors.