Leash and Collar The leash and collar will help you keep control over your retriever in unfamiliar territory or around other unfamiliar animals. This way near busy roadways you can have complete control.
First-Aid The first-aid kit could be used to save your dog’s life. We all hope that we won’t have to use this item, but if you need it you’ll be glad you packed it. It should come equipped with gauze, medical tape, tweezers, blood-stopper powder, hydrogen peroxide, and scissors.
Towel Do you enjoy being wet while it’s cold out? Neither does your dog. If your dog is wet in cold weather, then he will be burning needless calories and cause stress. If you intend to keep your dog outside in the kennel, then bring an insulated cover to help keep your dog warm.
Vest and Stand A properly fitted Neoprene vest can help by not only trapping in your dog’s body heat, but it will also help keep his fur dry. If you hunt where dry ground is not available, a stand will help the situation. The stand keeps your dog out of the water in between retrieves.
Dog Bed Does your dog sleep in a dog bed at home? Bring it with. Anything that feels normal to them will help your dog relax or feel more at ease especially around anyone else’s hunting dogs.
E-Collar or Whistle Anything that you use to train your dog you should bring. If your dog is used to a specific whistle, you should take that. If you’ve trained with an E-Collar, take that to use. Click Here…