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SOURCE: Dogs Unlimited
Top quality video displays company's passion for upland gun dogs. Inspirational footage includes Pointers, Setters, German Shorthairs, Brittanys, Weimaraners, Vizslas, Labs, and Wirehairs.
Hudson, CO (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
When DOGS Unlimited Bird Dog Training Supplies searched for a sixty second summary of their company vision, they thought hard about 60 seconds that would convey everything about the hunting dog that was the heart and soul of the company. The one and only thing that owner, Alan Davison, could picture were scenes he had played over and over in his mind of the illustrious days in the field he'd spent with his own dogs.
A search began for the right cameraman, the right music, the right voice-over and the patience to capture just the right moment when all of the training and breeding converged with just the right angle on just the right day. And when it was complete, English Setters, Pointers, Irish Setters, Vizslas, Brittanys and many other gun dogs became the centerpiece of what is now the iconic DOGS Unlimited signature video.
Says Alan Davison: "Sure, we're a business. But the driving force behind the business is our love of bird dogs. We want everyone who owns one to know what a pleasure it can be, whether they are hunters, or compete in field trials or both. That's why our motto is, 'Make Your Good Dog Better.'"
And that's why the video they produced is focused on the beauty of the bird dog and that's why anyone who sees it knows they're in good hands when they need the gear to make their good dog better, too.
About DOGS Unlimited: Since 1971, DOGS Unlimited has been the top name in gun dog training supplies. Always forward looking, but never forgetting their roots, their philosophy is to offer the best products at the fairest prices. Never content to merely sell other companies' products, they have developed many of the standard equipment used to train the hunting dog to this day.
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