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Category Manager Darrell Douglas and his dog out on one of our field test excursions earlier this season.

Why We Give Thanks-Part 1

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. This year, we are celebrating our 10th Thanksgiving as a brand. In honor of this important milestone, we are sharing the Top 10 things SportDOG is grateful for this season. Our Anniversary- We’re 10 Years Old! In 2003, SportDOG was created with hope that our passion and dedication to Read the Rest…

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Emaleigh showing off her first deer. She's absolute proof that little girls are made of gunpowder and lead.

Gun Powder and Lead

As a female hunter, I get really stoked to get to see other women down their first game…especially when they come in the form of my little cousin Emaleigh. If you were to see her on the street you would think Emaleigh is something of a princess. She’s always well put together and the girl Read the Rest…

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Proper Dental Care for Your Dog

You put a lot into your dog’s health. Make sure you don’t mess up any of your good work by overlook a vital part of your dog’s wellness regimen: Dental Care. Dogs accumulate plaque and other germs just the same as humans do and these can pose serious health risks to your dog if gone Read the Rest…

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Me and my Mossberg 12ga O/U at the 2013 SportDOG Clay Shoot for Scouting. Awesome day for an awesome cause.

Meet the Team: 10 in 10 with El Marshall

Eleanor Marshall has been with the SportDOG team for over four years. As Marketing Specialist, Eleanor is responsible for a lot of our online activities, working with media outlets, our conservation fund and more. She’s a proud mother of a 6 year old future hunter and an avid sports fan. She was able to take Read the Rest…

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Caring for Aging Hunting Dogs

There are many advantages to hunting with an older dog. They’ve got tons of experience in the field so it’s hard to catch them by surprise, you know each other well after years hunting together, they tend to be more patient and less judgmental when you miss your target…the list goes on and on. However, Read the Rest…

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Four Legged Soldiers

One of the greatest benefits of working at SportDOG is that we get to hear a lot of outstanding stories about amazing dogs. Every story is awesome, but every once in a while we run across one that we can’t help but share. One of our customers shared with us the story of how one Read the Rest…

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Future Forward Fund 2013

This year we are excited to announce that we will no longer require an application to enter our Future Forward Fund Grant Contest. We know that when you’re working hard on a project it’s difficult to make time to sit in front of a computer and fill out a lengthy application. Since we want everyone Read the Rest…

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Lance Tracy SportDOG

10 in 10: Lance Tracy, VP of SportDOG

Lance Tracy is essentially the Godfather of SportDOG Brand. As an avid hunter and dog enthusiast, Lance knew there was a need for great products in the market. He asked Senior Staff for the opportunity to build a sporting dog brand for Radio Systems Corporation and thus SportDOG was born…and we’ve been growing ever since! Read the Rest…

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Hunting on Horseback

How to Win the Wild Quail Hunt of a Lifetime

As you probably already know, we are offering SportDOG customers the chance to win an ALL-EXPENSE-PAID wild quail hunt with our team. Our “Work for Us” for a Weekend contest gives you the opportunity to join the SportDOG team on a hunt at Sinkola Plantation in Thomasville, GA. You’ll hunt with us on horseback or Read the Rest…

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Forever Young: The Truth About Aging Hunting Dogs

We get a lot of questions about safe ages for hunting dogs. The truth is, there is no expiration date on your dog’s time in the field. Like people, dogs age differently in terms of health and sustainable activity levels. One dog might hunt til the day he dies while another is forced out of Read the Rest…

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