Don’t push your dog beyond the limits just to hunt the next valley. 

We hunt in extreme terrains and conditions, assess the situation and remember you have a responsibility to keep your dog safe, hydrated, and getting back to the truck. Allowing your dog to recover with the right nutrition’s (water, protein and rest). 

Pushing the limits can bring on challenging situations for you and your dog. Be aware!

Do you know the signs of dehydration in your dog?

  • Loss of skin elasticity
  • Loss of appetite
  • Vomiting with or without diarrhea
  • Reduced energy levels and lethargy
  • Panting
  • Sunken, dry-looking eyes
  • Dry nose
  • Dry, sticky gums
  • Thick saliva

Carry as much water as you can each time you put a dog on the ground. 

Place a water bucket next to your truck.  Your dog should be conditioned to always know where to find water. 

You also need to keep hydrated, so pack a water bottle or strap on a camel pack.

Finally, always MARK your trucks location. Your GPS may save your life!

@AZPointingDog, LLC

Just Over The Next Hill

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