Host and Executive Producer Jeff Fuller had a successful career in law enforcement cut short by an injury in the line of duty. Looking for a new path after his injury, Jeff channeled his love for dogs and the outdoors into a Labrador-breeding and training business, Soggy Acres Retrievers. The kennel led to opportunities in public speaking, and trade shows, which in turn, led to the concept of a television show featuring great dogs and great hunts: SportingDog Adventures.
After several appearances on different television series, Jeff decided to capitalize on these experiences to feature his highly trained dogs in a family-friendly series of his own. SportingDog Adventures, which airs nationally on the The Pursuit Channel, Wild TV, Tuff TV and The Walk TV. The series has brought new excitement to the wingshooting world, featuring amazing canine athletes hunting in unique, pristine locales, with features oriented to viewers of all ages and genders.
Now heading into its fourth season on national television, SportingDog Adventures TV has set the standard for showcasing man’s best friend in the field, with the show diversifying its hunts to include not only upland and waterfowl hunts, but big game as well.
For the second year, Jeff also took on the duties of Co-Host for the national TV Series “The National Bird Dog Circuit” on the Pursuit Channel. This second series makes Jeff Fuller the only host in the country on two national wing shooting shows.
Jeff Fuller resides in Delavan, Wisconsin, with his family, which includes three young boys and several fuzzy, four-footed members. In 1998, Jeff received his first dog, Lily as a gift, from which Soggy Acres Retrievers began. Jeff currently raises and trains dogs both on his 23 acre Delavan property, as well as on a 37 acre property in northern Wisconsin, bordered by the Nicolet National Forest. He served 6 years as a Army Reserve soldier as well as a retired law enforcement officer.