Dog Door Grants for Non-profits

Special announcement for nonprofits 501c3……VISIT THIS LINK to see available grants. Write a foundation grant
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A grand dog house for the Heavy Duty Dog Door to perform.

Thank you Kevin for sending pictures of the Heavy Duty Dog Door in operation at
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2-Mile High Easy Pet Door.

Installation of the Easy Pet Door was incredibly simple. And even my simple dogs are
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Stood Firm On Dog Door Choice.

I want to share a story about the dog door I ordered from you about
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Frustrated With Vinyl Pet Doors…This Labrador Owner Discovers Gun Dog House Door!

We have two labs. A two year old yellow and a 7 month old black.
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Read about dog training, dog care and hunting dog tips.

Buying A Gun Dog

Finding your first pup begins with research—and word of mouth is a good place to start. Spring is the time of the year most hunters are on the lookout for a new pup, one that will be ready to hunt in the fall. If the person already has a good hunting dog, chances are a good breeder
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Picking A Puppy

Do some homework on genetics and follow a few basic guidelines and you’ll get a keeper. You probably all remember the line, “How much is that doggie in the window, the one with the waggly tail,” from your childhood days. When it comes to choosing a future hunting companion, basing the selection of a puppy
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The First 12 Weeks

The early stages of a puppy’s development will have a lasting impact—so a breeder’s litter management is crucial. A new puppy is a lot like a new baby. Both are very impressionable, and generally what they see and hear in the early stages of their development will have a lasting effect. That’s why it’s important
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A Backyard Kennel: Home Sweet Home

When a couple is awaiting a new baby, they usually have accommodations ready before the little one comes home. The new owner of a gun dog puppy should make the same commitment. The first thing I ask new dog owners is what kind of kennel they are going to keep their new pup in. I always stress
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Building A Dog House

A dog on the loose is its own worst enemy. How many times have you seen a dog running about the neighborhood, digging in someone’s garbage cans? Or worse yet, getting hit by a car? Even in the country, a dog should have a place to go, where it will be protected from the weather,
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