Tracy Breen - September 20, 2018
Follow these tips to make sure you keep your dog hydrated and healthy during long hours of hunting!
Tony J. Peterson - August 03, 2018
Nothing matters more than a healthy dog, so Tony J. Peterson has a list of 14 items to help you keep them that way!
John Holcomb, DVM - May 08, 2018
When is comes to gun dog nutrition guidelines, there should be no cutting corners.
Dave Carty - August 02, 2017
Dogs that are hunting hardâ€”even in cool weatherâ€”can work up a powerful thirst. They need water
Tony J. Peterson - July 06, 2017
Find out why quality is worth the investment for your pup!
Bob West - July 05, 2017
Planning for hunting season should begin with a visit to your veterinarian. Ask for a basic health
Tony J. Peterson - July 05, 2017
Getting the most out of training and hunting with your gun dog starts with choosing the right
Tony J. Peterson - January 17, 2017
No die-hard bird hunter looks beyond October. Whether it's the mid-month pheasant opener throughout
Dave Carty - October 12, 2016
There's one thing you can count on about young dogs; sooner or later they turn into old dogs.
Dave Carty - September 13, 2016
If you're traveling, if you need a place to get your dog out of your hair for a few hours or if you
John Holcomb, DVM - September 02, 2016
Question: My five-year-old female black Lab has major ear problems for a large part of the year
Jerry Thoms - August 10, 2016
Hot weather hunts can take their toll on hunting dogs. Unfortunately, the excitement of the hunt
Tony J. Peterson - August 02, 2016
Anyone who has spent a single day behind a well-trained gun dog knows how hard they work. Our
Katie Ainsworth - July 26, 2016
Of course, running, jumping, leaping, and swimming all take their toll. A human comparison can be
John Holcomb, DVM - May 20, 2016
Question: I have a 2'-year-old female yellow Lab. She got into rat poison last week. When I
Kurt Anderson - May 12, 2016
From duck blind to briar patch, hunting dogs are experts at getting into trouble. Barbed wire,
Brian French - December 08, 2015
Various types of animal traps exist in the world today. Most are used for small game and catching
Brad Fitzpatrick - July 30, 2015
Lyme disease was first identified in 1975 when an alarming number of children around Lyme,
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