Chef Dave’s Pheasant Corn Chowder

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Pheasant Steals the Show Again

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!

IngredientsPheasant Corn Chowder

  • 6 tbsp. Butter
  • 4 cups of chicken stock
  • 1 large onion, chopped fine
  • 1 bunch green onions, chopped ...
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The Season Diet: Feeding our Gun Dog During Hunting Season

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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 ...

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Feeding the Working K9

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Working Dog Challenges

It’s a pretty rare event to see an active working K9 carrying excess weight. In fact, the opposite is generally the more likely situation. The combination of breed and drive in working K9s often results in a dog that burns a ton of energy and has a great deal of difficulty maintaining weight. This can jeopardize the health and performance of a valuable canine team member who serves on the front line of protection; whether police, private security ...

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Feeding Working Stock Dogs

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Fuel for Working Kelpies

This is a pretty cool video of some stock dogs fueled by Kinetic at work in the field. These dogs burn a lot of energy and definitely benefit from a high energy, high performance diet.

Thanks to our friends from the Lazy Y Cattle Company in southwest Nebraska for the video. We love to see working dogs doing what they were born to do!

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Why Performance Dogs Need Performance Food

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Food for the Performance Dog

We love our dogs. Sometimes we love our dogs as much, or more, as some of the people in our lives. They’re our loyal companions in the house, in the field and on the trail. We even treat them like family members and that’s OK. Except when it comes to nutrition.

Performance Dogs Are Different

Our working and sporting dogs aren’t like people when it comes to their dietary needs. They’re not even really like other dogs. Their ...

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Winterizing Your Dog

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Winter Brings Special Needs

Some dogs love the cold and snow whether they are mostly inside or outside dogs. It isn’t necessary to be a sled dog to enjoy a little frolic in the winter wonderland. There are some downsides to the cold weather, though, that you need to watch out for. Following are a couple of what we consider to be the most important cold weather tips to keep your dogs healthy and performing at a high level.

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