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Dano2    0

Hi, I saw this sport drink for dogs in a pheasants forever mag. called Dyne, its supposed to give them more energy and stamina, and helps so they dont get dehydrated,.
Have any of you guys heard of this or used it, or use something similar?

Also, as far as excercise, my dogs get a good long session of tossing the dummy, plus get about a mile run about every other day, usually a slower trot about 1/2 that, and run the other 1/2. Is this sufficient enough excersise before hunting season?
What kind of excercise schedule do YOU use?

had my younger one at the hunting preserve last week for her fisrt time in front of live birds and she seemd to tire out quickly, it was windy as heck and maybe was abit warm for her, I think it was maybe around the 60 degree range.

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stayman79    0

In my personal opinion, dogs don't NEED energy bars, drinks, etc. Just like you and I don't NEED it either. I've played sports, hunted all day, etc. Whether I drink water, juice or Gatorade I don't notice a difference, but I tend to drink gatorade/powerade because it tastes good and is supposed to help. They didn't need it in the past, their ancestors the wolf doesn't need it, but there's probably some science behind it and there could be some benefits. It's probably not going to be noticeable for the average hunter/dog, maybe if you hunt 5 days a week all season long, but generally your dog should recover with rest and time-off.
This is just my opinion, and maybe has something to do with the fact that I don't want to spend more money and haul along more stuff when we hunt.
Other opinions?

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BDR    0

I believe that if dogs are worked hard, you cant go wrong with high energy food/snacks. The wolf and also bears will go for the fatty areas first to give then the extra energy reserves they may need.

I just give my dog a higher amount of protien for the hunting season. I switch his food. Id give him the same all year but it costs alot more.

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