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Sunday, April 14th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Sunday, April 14th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Paula Piatt

Cornell University’s Wildlife Health Center fighting on many fronts

As you sit in your treestand this fall, cheetahs in Namibia are probably the last thing on your mind.
Yet those cats, or the roaming dogs in Nepal or even the coral off the Dominican Republic coast play a part in the health of not only that white-tailed deer you’re hoping to harvest, but your own well being. Veterinarians at Cornell University’s Wildlife Health Center know they are all connected – the animals, their environment, and people around the world. That’s the One Health concept.

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Basic commands for your hunting dog: Inconsistent commands create inconsistent responses

Sit… sit … come on! … SIT!
Probably not what we should be thinking when we talk about the five commands every hunting dog should know, even though it may be the five commands your dog hears most often. Honestly? You probably don’t even need five commands. Longtime trainer and dog handler Julie Bates says there are three fundamental responses that will lay excellent groundwork for a great relationship with your hunting pup.

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Today’s top dog collars and the technology behind them

Luckily (for you and the dog), keeping track of your canine companion has never been easier, although there are some decisions you’ll have to make. Just like much of today’s technology, dog collars – tracking and training – can leave you shaking your head, especially if you’re new to the field.
Here’s a primer on what’s out there, how it works and the best applications of each.

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