Identifying and treating hypothermia and cold weather emergencies in gun dogs
Hypothermia is a medical emergency that occurs when your body loses heat faster than it can produce heat, causing a dangerously low body temperat...
How to identify, treat and prevent heat related injuries in working dogs
We’re in the dead of summer in North America. A summer than has seen numerous heat records broken throughout our country. So let’s talk dogs and h...
Calling the Shots
(Original Story featured in Wildfowl Magazine) Take ‘em! Cut ‘em! Get ‘em! These short phrases are just a few of the heart pumping phrases used by ...
5 SOLID TIPS ON TRAINING A NEW PUP
Training a new pup to become a solid contributor in the duck blind or goose field is a long, continuous journey that takes practice and real life ...
How to Look at a Field and Know How and When to Hunt It
So you’ve done everything right. You found the roost. You followed the birds out to the fields. You found the field the birds are hitting. You’ve g...
How to Kill Ducks when Ducks are Hard to Kill
Just like the expected migration, there will be a time in your waterfowl season where the hunting gets tough. There can be multiple reasons for thi...
Becoming a better shotgunner
Nothing can make a hunt more frustrating than doing everything right, having the birds finish exactly where you want them to and you are unable ...
Hunting Canada - Part 2
As you jump into your layout blind, scrambling to get your shotgun loaded while pulling the lids of the blind closed, you see the first flock of ...
Decoys - What type to use and when
For centuries humans have used decoys to allure birds within harvest range and over time, man has created many different types of decoys. The following article goes into detail on the advantages and disadvantages of the most common decoys used today.
There a lot of American hunters that have made the journey north to hunt Canada, where the land is large, the birds are plentiful and the limits are generous. Then there are those who have not. The following article will give insight on what to do or what not to do if you are thinking about heading north.
The waterfowl season is over...now what.
The end of waterfowl season can be depressing, but there are things die-hard fowlers can and must do to past the time.
Guest blog: Chris Gezella Alpha Dog Nutrition
Hunting Dog Leashes By Chris Gezella Alpha Dog Nutrition
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