#

Monthly Archives: July 2012

7.26
Training Dummies
#

Training Your Retriever to Dummies

Training a retriever can be one of the most rewarding experiences any hunter can have. There are no secrets involved: just patience, repetition, perseverance, consistency and the ability to anticipate reaction. In short, the trainer needs to be just a little smarter than his pupil. This is not always as easy as it sounds. The Read the Rest…

Posted in Uncategorized Leave a comment
7.19
Dog on the hunt
#

Making Sure Your Dog is Ready for Season

For many of us, opening day is just around the corner (44 days for those of us in East Tennessee). Make sure you and your dog are ready for it. These simple guidelines can help you make the most of the off-season: 1.       Maintain a Balanced Diet During season; it’s easy to remember to feed Read the Rest…

Posted in Training Tips Leave a comment
7.12
Breeze on Her First Scent Point
#

Playing vs. Training: The Do’s and Don’ts of Training Your Gun Dog

When you get your pup at seven or eight weeks everything you do with him is a learning experience. This includes the walks in the yard with new smells, petting and cuddling with you and the kids and even the games you play in the front room. Puppies love to play tug-of-war. This is the Read the Rest…

Posted in Training Tips 2 Comments
7.5
SportDOG Brand Conservation Fund Presents the Future Forward Fund
#

Calling All Conservationists

At SportDOG™, we believe it is our duty as hunters and outdoorsmen to ensure our sport is viable for years to come. Through the years we have SportDOG Brand Conservation Fund Presents the Future Forward Fund committed to conservation through our SportDOG Brand® Conservation Fund. Since inception in 2007, the Conservation Fund has granted over Read the Rest…

Posted in Conservation Leave a comment
Gear The Way You'd Design It