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Summer soon will be upon us and hunting season is still months away For the next 12 weeks or more your hunting dog will be less active than he is during fall and winter There will be no quail to point no squirrels or raccoons to tree no rabbits or deer to chase no ducks or doves to retrieve If allowed your dog will lie around like a human couch potato - fat dumb and happy - during the warm months But when hunting season comes around the dog wont be in any condition for the rigors of hunting and thats not good Hunting dogs are athletes of a sort and like their human counterparts in the world of sports dogs need offseason conditioning to keep them in tip-top shape In order to make that opening-day hunting trip successful - and to ensure your dog has all the stamina and energy needed to carry it through the season - you must pay attention to physical conditioning And the conditioning has to be year round not just during the fall and winter when hunting seasons are in full swing Many hunters tend to take for granted their dogs performance They fail to realize the level of stress and exertion that a dogs cardiopulmonary system experiences during a days hunt We should all realize however that if a dog becomes fat and out of shape during the off season it wont possess the physique needed to carry it through a full day of hunting in a useful manner Proper conditioning during summer months is a very important part of your hunting companions overall health regimen A lot of hunters I know rarely let their dogs out of their pens in summer Hot weather makes hunters lazy too so often they dont feel compelled to worry about their dogs health They feed them water them let them sleep and thats it - thats the typical
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