Train Your Puppy To Maximize Hunting Potential

If you want a dog that understands obedience well and behaves himself at the age of one, you’d better start training the day you bring him home at 7 or 8 weeks. Even the youngest of pups are capable of learning a lot, provided we structure lessons to their attention span and abilities

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Thinking Ahead To Spring Puppy Purchasing Season

When you live in the north country, planning when to purchase a puppy often revolves around the weather. The ideal time to take in a new hunting partner is about the time the snow melts and the temperatures begin to rise. This also means that right now is the time to research litters and settle on a puppy. The process is tougher than it sounds, especially if you want a really good dog. And you do.

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Alter Dog Training Scenery For Great Confidence

When you watch a good upland dog working a pheasant field, you'll notice that their behavior might appear random, but it's not. A seasoned dog will quarter into the wind and only take a detour if there is some cover that looks especially good.

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Why High Performance Dog-Foods Are Worth The Price

When you dig into the history of some high-end performance dog foods on the market, you'll often talk with someone who grew up on a farm and understands animal husbandry, including nutrition. Such was the case when I wanted to learn more about Native performance dog food. It became apparent that Kent Nutrition Group's (KNG) Vice President of Nutrition and Product Development, Bruce Read, was the go-to guy for getting the lowdown on this product and KNG's passion for supplying quality animal nutrition for these special canine athletes.

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