Episode 7 : Interview with Bob Owens

In this episode of Fueled we have a chat with Bob Owens of Lone Duck Outfitters and Kennels. Bob is a professional retriever trainer that also chases grouse and woodcock behind a setter. He’s someone in the dog world that still has a love for hunting and uses these dogs for more than just the dog games. He’s a knowledgeable dog trainer and brings an interesting set of skills to the table. We get into his history and the background of the Lone Duck brand and then talk about some of his pet peeves that owners do with puppies and how to avoid some of those problems. Bob gives a lot of good information in this episode and will definitely be back on a future episode.

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Dr. Spoo is joined by Dr. Rob Gillette to discuss general conditioning, what that looks like for the working hunter and then dive into a talk geared more towards upland dogs.

Dr. Spoo is joined by Dr. Rob Gillette to discuss retrievers and what conditioning looks like for these dogs as they perform repetitive sprints over the course of a day.

Dr. Spoo is joined by Russ Kelley, M.S. to discuss puppies and performance.

Dr. Spoo talks with AJ DeRosa, the man behind the wildly popular Project Upland platform.

Dr. Spoo talks with Josh Miller of River Stone Kennels in New Richmond, Wisconsin.

Dr. Spoo talks with Dr. Matt Eberts, a leading expert in tick-borne diseases.

Dr. Spoo talks with Bob Owens of Lone Duck Outfitters and Kennels.

Dr. Spoo talks with Dr. Brenda Kennedy of Canine Companions for Independence.

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