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First Aid for Your Hunting DogFirst Aid for Your Hunting Dog

First Aid for Your Hunting Dog

Posted by The SportDOG Staff

In this SportDOG Brand Training Tip (originally aired on Pheasants Forever Television) Dr. Joe Spoo,DVM explains the correct way to provide first aid care for your hunting dog while in the field. Emergency care for your gun dog in the field can prevent long term dog problems from developing.

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