Protecting dogs from the dangers of “mean seeds”
Sporting-breed puppies are bred and trained to work. As a result, they have very different nutritional needs from those of future house dogs.
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When we think about the longevity of our hardworking sporting dogs in the fields and blinds, joint health is often a point of concern.
Whether your sporting dog is a hardcore waterfowler or a big-running bird dog, maintaining healthy, lean muscle will help ensure years of performance.
Off-season nutritional needs are often different, and that’s why many handlers shift a dog’s diet to one with lower amounts of fat and calories.
Prospective bird dog owners can increase their odds of success by doing things like researching a pup’s bloodlines, setting realistic expectations and recognizing that training is not a race.
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