Your Dog Can Have His Bird And Eat It Too: Keeping Cool On A Hot Hunt

12 June 2017
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Late summer means preparation and training for the arrival of fall hunting—mourning doves, teal, and other winged pursuits. These months also boast some of the hottest temperatures, so it's also important to make sure your dog stays safe. He is your eyes, ears, and hunting partner, so you need him working at peak performance and not succumbing to heat exhaustion. Take a look at how you can keep your dog cool on his feet and flying after those birds. Read More