“Hog Dawgs” debuts in October on television’s leading outdoor network 

The skilled and dedicated huntresses of Hog Dawgs have never confused stilettos for steel toes and Sportsman Channel, the leader in outdoor television for American sportsmen and women, is confirming the world of hunting is no longer just for men. Hog Dawgs – beginning October 27 at 7 p.m. ET – is a weeklong stunt featuring the All-American squad of female enforcers that will help debunk myths and set aside preconceived notions about the eradication of nuisance animals. The Hog Dawgs will show viewers how they do it.

Hog Dawgs will air each night October 27-31 at 7 p.m. ET. For a sneak preview, click here.

Hog Dawgs combine the very dangerous job of nuisance animal control with huntresses that handle their job with a woman’s touch by jumping into the fray corralling feral pigs, alligators, snakes and coyotes on a daily basis. The Hog Dawgs are a unique collection of women who are serious about the task of eradicating nuisance animals from ranches and farms by putting their skills with the tools of the trade – rifles, shotguns, bows or knives – to the test. And they get the job done.

“The women of Hog Dawgs are skilled and tested outdoorswomen who have grown up on the farms and ranches of the Southeast United States and know how to handle notorious predatory animals,” said Graig Hale, vice president of business development for Sportsman Channel. “Sportsman Channel viewers will get an up-close-and-personal look at the women of Hog Dawgs and find out what makes their motors run when it comes to nuisance animal control.”

“What you will see in this weeklong stunt is not just an adrenaline rush; it’s how the women of Hog Dawgs were raised,” said Ray Finn, executive producer. “The danger is real and the action is nonstop.”

Added Jackie Porter, executive producer: “Hog Dawgs is not an ordinary job, and these are not ordinary women.”

To find Sportsman Channel in your area click here.

Contact

Tom Caraccioli, Sportsman Channel, P: 212.852.6646; tcaraccioli@thesportsmanchannel.com

Ryan Nolan, Sportsman Channel, P: 262.432.9100 ex 117; rnolan@thesportsmanchannel.com

Logo courtesy Sportsman Channel

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