The extreme heat is rolling in where we are – which means it’s time for our yearly reminder that you need to be extra vigilant when it comes to your dog’s health. We’ve already told you what to do if your dog has a heat stroke. Today we’ve put together some simple steps you can take to proactively shield your dog from overheating this season. And as a bonus, we list out why a Gunner Kennel is your best option, because the G1™ works for your dog in the heat too. Read on…
How do you tell if your dog has a heatstroke? What do you do when your dog overheats? How can you be prepared, if it happens? We called in Dr. Joe Spoo – a vet and diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation – whose for gundogs led him to pursue specialization in sports medicine.
We started this company to protect your pet, and it continues to be at the heartbeat of everything we do. That’s why the G1™ Fan Kit has been a priority – and in the making for more than a year. Your dog works hard for you – this fan works hard for your dog.
One common mistake most avid hunters make is the failure to properly fuel their four-legged hunting buddy. Your gundog needs to have enough energy to get the job done, whether they’re hunting dense grouse woods, geese in cut corn fields or chasing chukar in the uplands. Bob Owens with Lone Duck Outfitters weighs in on a few tips to keep your dog healthy and hunting hard this season:
To launch our “Ask Gunner” column, we sought out the advice of legendary Bill Gibson from Mossy Oak Kennels. Here’s the answer to your burning question: male or female pup?
Robb Moore’s wife was on a two lane highway, traveling at the 55mph speed limit, when a car ran a stop sign, going about the same speed, and very nearly T-boned her in the driver’s side, impacting the forward left side, knocking her off the road, up an embankment, and flipped her upside down. Here’s what happened next.
The great debate – no we’re not talking politics here, but there seem to be just as many opinions on the point: what’s the best truck kennel to choose for your hunting dog? Is it the aluminum dog box, a traditional crate or Gunner Kennels? You know our choice. But let us break it down for you why.
With bird season only lasting a few months, most bird dog owners look for an offseason activity. Shed hunting can be a great way to keep your dog fine-tuned and in shape during the late winter and spring months.
Inevitably all young pups turn into old dogs. A dog that was in his prime just last season can be noticeably slower in just a year. Old age doesn’t mean that your dog’s hunting days are over. You owe it to him to provide the tools he needs to succeed. If the heart and body are willing; there may still be a lot of mileage left in your faithful companion.