Improving Working Dog Scent Capabilities Through Diet

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Improving Dog Scent Capabilities Through Diet

 

This is a topic that comes up frequently in discussions with working dog professionals. For many of us, olfactory detection is an important part of what our dogs need to do. This could include anything from tracking humans or animals to finding drugs, explosives or other targeted odors. While there’s a genetic ...

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Puppy Feeding Guidelines

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Puppy Feeding Guidelines

This article originally appeared in the January 2021 issue of Schutzhund USA Magazine.

For you veteran puppy raisers out there, feeding a puppy has probably become second nature to you. You’ve done it so many times it doesn’t take a whole lot of thought and you’re comfortable they’re getting what they need to thrive. For the ...

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Why No Food Works for Every Dog

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Labrador Retriever Sisters

 

This article originally appeared in the September 2020 issue of Schutzhund USA Magazine.

As dog people, you probably hear it at shows, online, in the field and at training. If someone isn’t asking about the best dog food, they’re telling you which is the best dog food. It could be a name brand dry food or ...

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3 Great Reasons to Use Hydro 30K Canine Hydration Supplement

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Canine Hydration Supplement

With the weather starting to warm, we thought it would be a good time to cover a topic related to dealing with heat. A lot of dog owners and handlers have heard about drink mixes and other hydration products for their dogs but haven’t been willing to give them a try. Others have tried competitive ...

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Feeding and Management for Optimal Canine Performance Part 2

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This article originally appeared in the July 2019 issue of Schutzhund USA Magazine.

Following our previous Feeding and Management article we received some requests for additional details and clarification. In recognition of both the interest and the quality of the inquiry, we wanted to provide a follow-up article addressing the specific questions raised. Keeping in mind that feeding, in general, can be a bit of a balancing act, here’s how we’d try to accommodate some of the questions raised.

Question 1

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Dog Daze Racing Completes Amazing Racing Season

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Mike Marsch Mushing 2019

Dog Daze Racing had another banner year behind the leadership of owner and Kinetic Pro Staffer, Mike Marsch. Mike competed in 5 races this season and went undefeated. His season included wins at the UP 200 Dryland Dash, the Lost Pines Lodge Dryland Race, the Dirty Dog Dryland Derby the Doty Days Dryland Race and culminated ...

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