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Those of you that use laydown blinds. What do you do with your dog (if you have one)?
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Dogs shouldnt really scare the geese he can sit or just have him/her laydown. Good luck!
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Just make em sit/lay down, and you'll do fine
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Never had 'em flare because the dog was out.
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I've seen layouts with cutouts for dogs. It was on some TV show. The guy would open up a little flap at the bottom of his blind an his dog would climb in and stick just his head out.
As others have said though, if your dog is STILL then it won't flare birds.
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I dont have a dog but a buddy of mine does. And when he uses his layout he puts the dog in with him. He uses the Top Gun Eliminator and the dog just lays down next to him in it.
Hes an average size guy and his dog is well above average for a lab and he says its a little cramped but not to bad at all. And when its cold out his dog keeps him warm!!
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