Winter has officially started and the temperatures are plummeting. Did you know that dogs can get frostbite in their paws in temperatures below 32 degree Fahrenheit? Besides frostbite, in winter temperatures, you also have to worry about ice cutting the dog’s pads, snow packing in the web of the paws, and ice melt chemically burning their paws.
Fall is in full swing and large game hunting season are quickly approaching. During these hunting seasons, do not forget to consider your dog's safety. Eager hunters can easily mistake dogs for game, especially if your dog is brown like a deer or black like a black bear. Following the safety tips below will ensure Continue reading?
If you or a loved one is getting started in our incredibly addictive sport of hunting, hunt testing and field trialing, Christmas is a great reason to add to the gear collection! These are practical gifts that won't break the bank and will be used season after season. Reflective Dog Collar with Brass Name Continue reading?
Boots aren't something I use daily in my eastern hunting environment; however, the Deluxe Hunting Dog Boot is the best I have tried when the need arises. The multiple closure system does not allow the boot to come off. (I've actually never slipped one!)I've used these in North Dakota and Pennsylvania with great results. -Bill Continue reading?