Sporting Dog Performance

Set up your sporting dog for success in the covers, fields and blinds.

CASH, ENGLISH SETTER

OWNER: KEN BARENSTEN

BREEDER: ROCKY MOUNTAIN BIRDDOGS

Keep Your Dog Safe in the Heat

It’s common for sporting dogs to run in hot weather. Sometimes it’s in the early season, while at other times it’s in a warm, Southern region. Hot weather takes a toll on pointers, flushers, and retrievers. While significant pre-season conditioning and training offer major advantages, they don’t prevent dogs from becoming dehydrated or suffering from heatstroke. It’s important to diagnose their signs quickly so as to keep them healthy.

The Search for the Ultimate Cover Dog

Good grouse and woodcock dogs know how to navigate bullbriers, raspberry thickets, and hawthorns, and they have speed.

Cover dogs are specialists, and if you’re looking for an ideal cover dog, then here are some points to consider.

FROM THE BLOG - TEAM EUKANUBA™ POSTS ON PERFORMANCE

Blogs
PERFORMANCE

Simple Tips to Bring out the Most in your Sporting Dog

With so many different training programs, it’s important for owners and handlers to find a method that works for them and their dogs.

Al Arthur  |   Sandhill Kennels
Blogs
PERFORMANCE

How to Improve Your Sporting Dog’s Focus

Just as people lose focus, dogs can as well. The good thing about lack of focus is that it can be corrected by training.

Brad Arington  |   Mossy Pond Retrievers
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PERFORMANCE

Ways to Keep Your Lab Fit and Trim

I’ve currently got 32 dogs in my kennel, and that means I need to be efficient when I feed them. Here are a few pointers based on over 30 years of training experience on keeping your lab fit and trim.

Al Arthur  |   Sandhill Kennels
Blogs
PERFORMANCE

Simple Tips to Bring out the Most in your Sporting Dog

With so many different training programs, it’s important for owners and handlers to find a method that works for them and their dogs.

Al Arthur  |   Sandhill Kennels
Blogs
PERFORMANCE

How to Improve Your Sporting Dog’s Focus

Just as people lose focus, dogs can as well. The good thing about lack of focus is that it can be corrected by training.

Brad Arington  |   Mossy Pond Retrievers
Blogs
PERFORMANCE

Ways to Keep Your Lab Fit and Trim

I’ve currently got 32 dogs in my kennel, and that means I need to be efficient when I feed them. Here are a few pointers based on over 30 years of training experience on keeping your lab fit and trim.

Al Arthur  |   Sandhill Kennels