10 Best Dove Hunting Dogs

Updated on: January 2022

Best Dove Hunting Dogs in 2022


Avery Holdings EZ Bird Mourning Dove

Avery Holdings EZ Bird Mourning Dove
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

D.T. Systems Training Scent for Pets, 1-1/4-Ounce, Dove

D.T. Systems Training Scent for Pets, 1-1/4-Ounce, Dove
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Dove scented
  • 1.25-ounce squeeze bottle
  • Great for teaching young dogs to trail, track and find game, highly concentrated scents are applied to dummies during scent training exercises. 

Dokken's Dead Fowl Trainer Mourning Dove Dog Training Dummy DV600

Dokken's Dead Fowl Trainer Mourning Dove Dog Training Dummy DV600
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Mourning Dove Dog Training Dummy
  • Dead bird weight and shape
  • Natural dead bird feeling
  • Hard plastic feet to discourage mouthing and improper carrying
  • Wobble - free swinging head to deter dogs from shaking birds

Dokken Dove Game Scent Wax .15 oz DVSW699 Hunting Dog Retriever Training

Dokken Dove Game Scent Wax .15 oz DVSW699 Hunting Dog Retriever Training
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022

Auscamotek Dove Belt with Game Pouch Shell Bags Water Bottle Carrier

Auscamotek Dove Belt with Game Pouch Shell Bags Water Bottle Carrier
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Length adjustable from 27" to 60 " Fits for both men and women
  • 1 bird game bag 1 drink pouch and 2 ammo shell pouches; all detachable and with duck blind camouflage
  • Designed for dove duck crow upland game hunting , also can be used as dog treat training bags
  • All bags open in the middle with elastic slit with snap button for easy exess and better securing

Dokken Mourning Dove Dead Fowl

Dokken Mourning Dove Dead Fowl
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Trains on every retrieve
  • Life-like feel
  • Scent-injectable
  • Smaller size is ideal for puppies

Raccoon Hunting Basics and Beyond

Raccoon Hunting Basics and Beyond
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022

Mourning Dove Dog Training Dummy by Dokken's Dead Fowl Trainer DV600

Mourning Dove Dog Training Dummy by Dokken's Dead Fowl Trainer DV600
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Mourning Dove Dog Training Dummy
  • Dead bird weight and shape
  • Natural dead bird feeling
  • Hard plastic feet to discourage mouthing and improper carrying
  • Wobble - free swinging head to deter dogs from shaking birds

Pete Rickard's Dog Training Dove Scent, 1 1/4-Ounce

Pete Rickard's Dog Training Dove Scent, 1 1/4-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Scents contain natural musks and other animal extracts
  • Comes with complete instructions
  • Made in the U.S.A

D.T. Systems Training Scent for Pets, 1-1/4-Ounce, All 7 Flavors

D.T. Systems Training Scent for Pets, 1-1/4-Ounce, All 7 Flavors
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022

2020-2020 Arizona Dove Season

The 2020-2020 dove hunting season in Arizona begins on September 1, 2020 and continues until August 31, 2020, depending on the species of dove the hunter is interested in hunting.

The rules and regulations that govern dove hunting in Arizona come from the Code of Federal Regulations and the Arizona Game and Fish Department. These agencies are responsible for setting seasons, areas, bag limits and possession limits. They are also responsible for other programs that hunters must be aware of such as HIP, harvest information program, hunter education programs and licensing programs. Dove hunters in Arizona are required to have a proper hunting license, to take part in the HIP program, to complete a hunter education program if they between 10 and 14 years old and to have an Arizona Migratory Bird Stamp.

According to the Arizona Game and Fish Department hunting rules and regulations, dove hunters can have a bag limit of 10 Mourning Doves and Native White-wing Doves, with no more than 6 Native White-wing doves. The possession limit for dove hunters in Arizona is 20 doves, with no more than 12 Native White-wing doves. There is no bag limit or possession limit on Eurasian Collard Doves. A bag limit is the maximum number of doves that a hunter can legally take per day and a possession limit is the maximum number of doves that a hunter can legally have at any one time. The Arizona Game and Fish Department also states that doves in Arizona can be legally hunted one-half hour before sunrise and must end at sunset. All doves taken in Arizona must have at least one feathered wing attached to them until they have been taken to the final destination where they will either be stored or prepared as a meal.

Dove hunting season in Arizona is broken down into two definite regions, the North and the South Regions, each with broken down into smaller regions. But, both of these two definite regions are open for Mourning Dove and Native White-wing Dove hunting from September 1, 2020 to September 15, 2020. From November 21, 2020 to January 4, 2020 there is a statewide season for Mourning Dove and from September 1, 2020 to August 31, 2020 there is a statewide season for Eurasion Collard Doves.

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