gundog

noun
gun·dog | \ˈgən-ˌdȯg \

Definition of gundog 

: a dog trained to work with hunters by locating and retrieving game

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Cost: $3,500 Duckhill Kennels Labradors from Duckhill Kennels A top breeder of British Labrador retrievers, Robert Milner has more than 30 years experience specializing in cooperative, gentle, duck hunting gundogs. Nadine Jolie Courtney, Town & Country, "The Fanciest Dog Breeders Across the Country," 19 Oct. 2016 Cost: $3,500 Duckhill Kennels A top breeder of British Labrador retrievers, Robert Milner has more than 30 years experience specializing in cooperative, gentle, duck hunting gundogs. Nadine Jolie Courtney, Town & Country, "The Fanciest Dog Breeders Across the Country," 19 Oct. 2016

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First Known Use of gundog

1744, in the meaning defined above

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