, 2022-09-03 07:28:35,
It doesn’t seem possible but fall hunting seasons have arrived – too soon for those who haven’t been conditioning and training their four-legged hunting maniac in the cool hours of the day.
Get out there in the short time before more hunting officially kicks off, especially considering early Canada goose and dove seasons are already open. Throw the training dummy, walk, and swim so dogs can get a workout.
Even though many doves nesting in North Dakota have already started their fall migration to warmer wintering grounds, there are still good numbers and it’s a great way to start the fall. There will likely be huntable dove numbers until cold nights and frost chase them south.
A problem with warm weather activity, whether training or actual hunting, is that some uncommon medical conditions can result from overexertion or environmental conditions no matter how careful a person is out there.
Here are six things Nestle Purina’s canine experts recommend people beware of when in the Great Outdoors, especially now with dove hunting season underway and other bird hunting opportunities rapidly approaching.
It’s amazing just how common these uncommon conditions could become:
*Blastomycosis: A systemically occurring fungal infection, blastomycosis is caused by mold found in moist, slightly acidic soil and decomposing organic matter such as wood and leaves. The mold releases spores, which if inhaled could cause infection. Look for…
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