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Good Dogs

The Casanova

LEE KJOS NAMES ALL HIS DUCK dogs after Louis L’Amour cowboys, and Cap is no exception. When Kjos went to pick out a Lab five years ago, he had his heart set on a reddish male. But the same yellow pup kept tumbling into his lap until Kjos gave in and took him home. Cap is loyal to everyone in the family, including

Kjos’ son Luke (above), but his real best friend is any hunter with a shotgun. “He’s the coolest combination of a total

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