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For active puppies that will develop into working and sporting dogs, selecting a performance puppy food designed with an optimal nutrient profile can help fuel their active lifestyle and help sustain healthy growth and development.
Can Sporting Breed Puppies Eat Adult Dog Food?
Sporting breed puppies are bred and trained to work. As a result, they have very…
Dietary protein helps maintain muscle mass and promotes muscle growth but it isn’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to muscle health. A dog relies on an interconnected mix of other nutrients to put protein to use.
Key Nutrients That Support Healthy Muscles in Sporting Dogs
When it comes to optimizing performance, professional athletes know the importance of healthy muscles. The…
For dogs that shift from a highly active hunting season to a low-key offseason, a change in diet may be helpful for maintaining a healthy weight.
The Off-season Hunting Dog Diet
Sporting dogs burn a lot of calories during the hunting season. To support their elevated…
Late Autumn Bobs (detail), by Robert Abbett (1926–2015)
The pursuit of quail has long been a favourite pastime of American hunters, from the…
A top-quality rook rifle from Joseph Harkom, one of Edinburgh’s finest makers (later absorbed by Dickson’s). In all likelihood, it was made by W&C Scott to a design by Holland & Holland and (perhaps) finished at Harkom’s shop at 30 George Street. It’s chambered for the .300 Rook.
A “rook,” as in “rook & rabbit” rifle, is a black bird, found in England,…
School of Dog
Even yard dogs need some training—sit and heel and such—to bring out their own good…
Train in areas you'll hunt to help dogs prepare for opening day.
Preseason Training Tips from the Pros – Part 2
Preseason training is a process, and we’re getting close to Opening Day. Here are some…
Training is important regardless of age or experience. Continuous training helps dogs maintain their skills.
Preseason Training Tips from the Pros – Part 1
Opening Day is coming in low and hot, and so is the autumn trial season.…
Preseason training helps owners get their strings ready for Opening Day.
Exercise-Induced HRI: Does Your Dog Need Help?
If you want your dogs to be sharp on Opening Day you’ll have to run…
Water cools down dogs faster than air, so run some drills in ponds, lakes or near streams.
Help Keep Your Dog Running Cool During Preseason Training
Preseason training often requires upland and waterfowl hunters to work dogs when it’s really hot…
Jeff Ogle giving Mike (left) and Burt the obligatory safety lecture before we start.
’Tis a sad fact, but these days very few of us grow up with fathers…
Best of Both Worlds
Chasing upland birds in Big Sky Country in a fine lodge and on public land.
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