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Sporting dogs self-clean regularly, but sometimes it’s not such a good idea. Most of the time it’s normal and expected, but occasionally it’s not good at all. Here’s when self-cleaning can cause harm.
During the season it’s just as common to rinse seeds from underneath third eyes as it is to manage cuts, scrapes, and scratches. But some problems can be solved before they start.
A steady dog is a safe dog, and we all need our gun dogs to be safe. Here are four ways to make sure your dog is steady in the blind.
Part of the reason Labrador retrievers are so popular is because they are excellent family pets as well as sporting dogs.
With so many different training programs, it’s important for owners and handlers to find a method that works for them and their dogs.
In this installment of Ask #TeamEukanuba, Todd Agnew from Craney Hill Kennel demonstrates a simple way to build the foundation for recall in his puppies.
In this installment of Ask #TeamEukanuba, Dr. Joe Spoo expresses his concerns and gives advice for hunting or not hunting your retriever in icy conditions.