And there you have it, in just a couple of minutes you've
looked the whole dog over. Hopefully you found no problems and
you'll both be ready to go come morning. It's just too easy to
skip this part of the day and put your dog in the kennel immediately
upon getting back to the truck. I highly caution against skipping
this post-hunt exam.
Take the time and find the problem when it occurs, and get it
taken care of correctly. Most of us don't think twice about cleaning
and oiling our guns after each hunt. Shouldn't you give your
dog the same type of once-over? Besides, he is the reason you
were able to use that gun at all.
Dr Joe Spoo, DVM hails from Brainerd, MN email@example.com
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