Traveling With A Retriever In A Kennel
A dog crate is essential to traveling with your hunting retriever. Would your dog survive a crash? Would your dog kennel hold up during the accident? Would your dog kennel come flying through your back window or would it go flying into oncoming traffic?
In this video on how to travel with your dog, Addison Edmonds, CEO of Gunner Kennels, and Jason Cruise, producer of Mossberg’s Rugged American Hunter, talk about why a dog crate matters in traveling with a dog kennel.
More importantly, a dog crate is a dog’s home. You want to crate train your hunting retriever so that a dog kennel is home away from home.
Traveling complicates this process.
Dog crates for sale are everywhere, but don’t be fooled. That’s not the only thing necessary to traveling with a dog crate.
You spend a lot of time training a hunting retriever. A duck dog is a massive investment. This video covers the insights on how to insure that your hunting dog is with you for many years to come.