The current state of our everyday life – social distancing thanks to Coronavirus – means no gym time either. Here are some simple tips to start running with your dog as an alternative, and advice from three dog owners who offer their own experience in starting out.
The spread of COVID-19 has presented unprecedented times. The silver lining? You might be spending a lot more at-home time with your dog. Here’s what we know about coronavirus and pets.
I was driving our Mercedes Sprinter van one night with my five young kids, my wife, and my dog. A loose tire-axle-hub assembly hit us head-on in the dead of night. I’m a state trooper, but nothing could’ve prepared me for this. Here’s what happened.
I was sitting at a red light, anticipating it to change to green, when an out-of-control vehicle driven by a man high on drugs rear-ended me. My German Shepherd was riding at the point of impact in her Gunner. Here’s what happened.
My four-year-old German Wirehaired Pointer and I were on our way to a pheasant hunt on a Saturday – headed out to chase the few birds left in Illinois with a couple buddies for an annual January hunt – when I lost control of the vehicle due to bad road conditions and flipped it. My truck was totaled, but Gunner Kennels saved my dog’s life. Here’s the story. By Dillon Law.