Male Hunting Dog Names for Pheasants
In the past there were no female hunting dogs used in hunting pheasants. However, nowadays it is not uncommon to see female hunting dogs being used in pheasant hunts. Female pheasant hunters are usually called “pinkies”. They hunt with their own team and they have a special name: Pinkie Pie.
Their nickname comes from the color pink which symbolizes femininity and purity.
The following list contains some of the most popular hunting dog names for pheasants. You may think that these names are too easy or too hard to pronounce. That’s why we made a list of pheasant hunting dog names that are easier to say than others. If you like any of them, then please share your opinion about it in comments section below!
1) Red Tail – A very common name for male pheasants.
It means red tail feather.
2) Blue Tail – A very common name for male pheasants.
It means blue tail feather.
3) Brown Tail – A very common name for male pheasants.
It means brown tail feather.
4) Yellow Tail – A very common name for male pheasants.
It means yellow tail feather.
5) White Tail – A very common name for male pheasants.
It means white tail feather.
6) Speckle Belly – A very common name for male pheasants.
It means a belly that contains brown spots.
7) Ringer – A very common name for male pheasants.
It means an exceptional looking male pheasant.
8) Gray – A very common name for male pheasants.
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