Owner & Trainer - Alabama & North Dakota
Clay Dossett was born and raised in south Mississippi and has always had a passion for hunting and wildlife. He grew up following his father and uncle on many quail hunts, but as time passed and the quail population declined his interest turned to waterfowl. He has followed his passion of waterfowl and dogs throughout the states of North America and provinces of Canada. His love for dogs and bird hunting in general has made him a conservationist of the outdoors and a mentor to many who are interested in hunting whether they be young or old. Clay believes the hunting experience is enriched by the companionship and skill of a well trained dog. One of his many pleasures is seeing his dogs work the birds in the field and competing in hunt tests.
Owner & Trainer - Alabama
Adam began his love for the outdoors at an early age. One of his fathers favorite stories is to tell how he used to take Adam as an infant listening for turkeys. Adam's love for everything outdoors continues today. He and Clay began waterfowl hunting in the mid 90s. During this time neither one had a dog. After some time of being the dog, Adam realized he wanted a dog of his own to train to make retrieves on downed game. One Christmas he was presented a gift of a black lab female, who he named Belle. Adam trained Belle, and she became a really fantastic retriever. Adam continued to train dogs while in college and really fell in love with the retriever lifestyle. He currently lives in Troy, Alabama where he works as a Civil Engineer for the Natural Resources Conservation Service.