Kinetic Pro Staff Member Bobby Roettger of Vohne Liche Kennels discusses the nutritional needs of working K-9s.
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The original version of this Press Release can be found on the Outdoor Wire from June 23, 2016.
(Plymouth, MN) — Outdoor News Inc., publisher of locally written fishing and hunting outdoor newspapers in seven Great Lake States, together with Kinetic Performance Dog Food, invite people to submit photos for the annual Huntin’ Buddy Photo Contest.Continue Reading →
We’re pleased to announce Chewy as the newest online retailer of Kinetic Performance Dog Food. Chewy now carries the full Kinetic line of products in their online store. Customers across the entire lower 48 states of the United States can now receive Kinetic using the nation’s largest online pet food retailer.
Known for their exceptional Customer Service, Chewy offers free standard ...Continue Reading →
Kinetic Co-Owner, Dave Dourson, once again got rave reviews for his culinary creations featuring Pheasant at the Aiming for a Cure Foundation’s annual Celebrity Hunt. By popular demand, we’re going to go ahead and share his super secret recipe for Pheasant Corn Chowder. Enjoy!
Vohne Liche Kennels, a full service K-9 training facility for Police and Military Service Dogs, and Kinetic Performance Dog Food, named Deputy Suzanne Fisher and K-9 Kir of the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office in Reno, Nevada as the winners of the 2016 K-9 of the Year contest. Deputy Fisher and Kir will be awarded a one year supply of Kinetic Performance Dog Food for the winning photo submission. In addition, Kir’s winning photo will be ...Continue Reading →
The original version of this article by Tony J. Peterson appeared in the October 2015 issue of Gundog Magazine.
At 46 years old, and having grown up in Eastern Iowa, it would be safe to assume that Kinetic’s ...Continue Reading →
The full version of this news release was originally published on the United States Federation of Sleddog Sports website on November 12, 2015.
Team USA Shines!
Bristol, Quebec Canada – The clouds may have been in abundance, occasionally spilling their wet contents on the IFSS (International Federation of Sled dog Sports) Dryland World Championships in Bristol, Quebec, but the performances turned in by USA competitors were brilliant. Over 200 teams from fifteen countries graced the starting chutes in this remote village ...Continue Reading →
This article was originally published in the November 2015 issue of The Iowa Sportsman magazine.
In most cases, our dogs are most active during the months of our respective hunting seasons. Even dogs that train regularly during the offseason can be more active during the hunting months because they are guide dogs, or simply hunt hard a few days per week resulting in more calories burnt and more wear and tear on the body.
For maximum performance, as well as a speedy ...Continue Reading →