Of all the tools in your hunting arsenal, your most valuable one (not to mention the most loyal and loving one) is your hunting dog. And whether you take him out to retrieve ducks or flush doves, your dog needs a little extra care to keep him happy and healthy on the hunt.
While most of our dogs were bred for sport, hunting or working in the fields, in reality, they usually spend more time napping on our couches. With their often idle lifestyles and regular access to tasty treats, it’s not surprising that 54% of American dogs are overweight or obese.
There has never been a better time to be a companion animal than right now—and it’s only getting better. In the not-too-distant past, dogs and cats were relegated to the outside. Cats were there to keep the mouse and rat population down around the farm, and dogs stayed outside and served many
Of all the conditions we see, allergic skin disease (ASD) has to rank near the top as the most frustrating for everyone involved. To help limit and alleviate some of that frustration, let me start by telling you the ending of the story first.