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Vol. XIII, Week 9 Mar 6, 2023

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New, Expanded Classifieds

Now, in addition to promoting your litters, stud dogs, and dog trucks, you can use Retriever Results classifieds to promote seminars. Use it to generate awareness of sessions designed to help enhance skills in judging, training or handling dogs. Or use it to find a session in your area. Ads cost just $5 each and run for 30 days.

You can learn more here.

Something to Consider

We should be cheering for each other.
There is no shortage on success.
If someone is succeeding, celebrate them.
If it can happen for them, it can happen for you.
You will need a cheering section too.
Encouragement is the best fuel for one another.
Attitudes are contagious, don’t forget it.
Team work makes the dream work.
— Matt Mills Reining

About Snare Traps

From the Pinelands Retriever Club FB Page
If you walk your dog in Wildlife Management or other “wild” areas, you may encounter snare traps. Snare traps come in various designs but they can be released by taking the strain off the snare wire and opening the loop. This could be difficult with a panicked dog. Many upland hunters have been known to carry wire cutters in case their dogs encounter a snare trap. The attached video details how snare traps are set and the photo depicts a typical snare trap.
 
You can see video on how to set a snare trap here.

Recognizing Lar Par in Your Dog

The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center has published a useful article on Lar Par. You can read it here.

And the FDA has listed some dog foods most frequently associated with dilated cardiomyopathy.

 

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