Monthly Archives: September 2012

Lance Shooting Clays

SportDOG Clay Shoot for Scouting

At SportDOG, we believe that a big part of conserving our sport is getting the youth involved. Not only does it increase the support for hunting and shooting sports and ensure that we have future participants in these activities, it’s also just plain fun. As part of our dedication to youth in the outdoors, we Read the Rest…

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Hunting Dog

Proper Foot Care for Your Dog in the Season

For many of us, season is here. You and your pup have worked hard for this, and it’s time to enjoy it. Nothing can end that fun quicker for you and your dog than a foot injury. The following tips will help keep your hunting partner fit and ready for the season: Keep Nails Trimmed- Read the Rest…

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Dinah the 4 Year Old Mountain Cur

What’s In a Name?

The newest addition to the work clan. A 4-year-old Mountain Cur rescue picked up on a hiking trip. About a week ago, we took a little pre-season hiking trip through Clingman’s Dome around the Tennessee/North Carolina line. It was a perfectly normal trip on a beautiful day until we passed a gorgeous 4-year-old Mountain Cur. Read the Rest…

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