10 Jun 19
Project Upland

What might you learn from an 86-year-old upland bird hunting icon? Tune in to find out! Ben Williams is a revered bird hunting author, columnist and photographer. His writing and photography have been featured in countless publications for decades. Ben is about as knowledgeable as they come on upland bird hunting. A Montana resident for […]

03 Jun 19

What is a working level and how do we find it? Let me preface by saying, here at K9 Communication we work with either E-collar Technologies or Dogtra collars. The e-collars have 100 levels of medical-grade muscle stimulation, meaning it doesn’t deliver a “shock” rather it goes in and pulses the muscle groups. With 100 […]

30 May 19
Project Upland

How could a native bird so adept at survival fall into peril so quickly? Wild fluctuations and severe drops in overall population have plagued the wild bobwhite quail for decades. In fact, according to the National Audubon Society, wild bobwhite quail are declining faster than any other bird in the United States. Today we examine […]

23 May 19
Project Upland

Do you know how gauge, velocity and shot size affect your shotgun’s patterning efficiency? What about how manufacturers test for pattern efficiency and develop new shotshell loads? We explore those questions and more with Federal Ammunition on this episode of the Project Upland Podcast.Joined by Ryan Bronson (director of conservation and public policy), Dan Compton […]

17 May 19

Remove the dread from firecrackers – Leave your pet at home amid firecrackers and close windows and entryways. Your pet may walk about, make commotion or scan for a spot to stow away. Leave your alone be – consoling your pet will show that something isn’t right and add to your pet’s nervousness. By remaining […]

17 May 19

Section 1, to portray Definition, Specifications and Classification of Global Dog Training Collar, Applications of , Market Segment by Regions; Section 2, to break down the Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure; Part 3, to show the Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of , Capacity and Commercial Production […]

09 May 19
Project Upland

Want to improve your wingshooting? Can you answer these questions: How important is gun fit, really? What role does your vision play in the shooting process? How can you program your subconscious mind to better your wingshooting in the field? Find out the answers to these questions and more on this episode of the Project […]

07 May 19
MarketWire360 adds “Global Dog Training Collar Market Growth 2019-2024”new report to its research database. According to this study, over the next five years the Dog Training Collar market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ xx million by 2024, from US$ xx million in 2019. In […]

05 May 19
Top Dog Tips

As dog owners we know that training our pups can sometimes be a frustrating job. That’s why there are so many different canine training tools to help us with this task, including vibrating dog collars which are the perfect choice for pet owners who are not happy with using shock collars to train their dogs. […]

29 Apr 19
Project Upland

Learning to use an e-collar to train your bird dog? This is a must listen before you get started. How well do you truly know how to use remote training collars? How to select the correct stimulation level, for example? What about when to use stimulation and when not to? Better yet, do you actually […]

06 Jun 19
Project Upland

Squirrel is one of the largest small game hunting opportunities in the United States and a great source of more meat for the table. This Film is Presented by CZ USA and the Dogtra Pathfinder Mini Kevin Murphy is a small-game enthusiast who enjoys hunting and cooking squirrels. Follow along as we chase Kevin and […]

26 Apr 19
Tri-County Dog Training

We just keep making these harder 😉 Expert obedience class is a newly developed class focusing on highly difficult obedience commands. This takes after IPO, Rally, and other sport type obedience. This class is going to be super challenging, but super fun! Take your dogs training to the next level with hard work, and dedication! […]

23 Apr 19
Project Upland

From quail and pheasant in Kansas, all the way to chukar and Hungarian partridge in Montana, Morgan Mason walks us through his journey to becoming an upland bird hunter and an associate editor at MeatEater, Inc. From the GSPs of his younger days to his now 1-year-old wirehaired pointing griffon, Morgan shares with us the […]

10 Apr 19
Project Upland

What’s your favorite bird dog breed? Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s Bird Dogs For Habitat campaign challenges upland hunters to cast a vote and make a donation on behalf of their favorite bird dog breed. All tax-deductible donations support Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s wildlife habitat conservation mission – and the places where bird dogs […]

04 Apr 19
Project Upland

Do you know what to do if your dog gets cut on a barbed-wire fence? What if your dog is showing signs of hypoglycemia, hypothermia or overheating? These are just a couple of the many questions that Dr. Dustin Babler addresses on this episode of the Project Upland Podcast. Dustin is a veterinarian, upland bird […]