Field to Family Dogs works to rehome retired hunting dogs from commercial hunting lodges, and place them with forever families. We work with many breeds, but some of the most common are English Cocker Spaniels, German Shorthaired Pointers, Brittany Spaniels, English Setters, and English Pointers.
Your support will allow us to continue placing great dogs with great families! Donations help us cover veterinary costs, dog food, supplies (such as puppy pads, and kennels), as well as operating costs. We appreciate all of your support and look forward to helping more dogs thanks to you!
"Re-homing" retired hunting dogs across the country
Richard Murff admits to being perhaps the only southerner ever to own two hunting dogs, neither of which would hunt
“When I met Birdie I thought she was a total weirdo,” Cook recalled. “But meeting her was one of those moments when you wonder if it’s a sign from somewhere.”
How to find and adopt an older hunting dog