Dog anxiety and phobias are stressful for everyone involved: dogs, owners and the family. Experts at Gunner Kennels put together a list of suggestions based on solutions they’ve seen work for current customers.
Apr 24, 2019 4:16 PM
Mar 12, 2019 9:21 AM
This past winter, Charlie was guiding in Oklahoma when he loaded Hook in the car for a quick scouting trip. He was making the turn off of the highway when something in the rearview mirror caught his eye. A semi-truck was barreling down the road towards him and Hook. The semi smashed into the back of his Toyota Tacoma–right into the truck bed where his 10-month-old dog Hook, a Springer spaniel, was traveling in a G1™ Intermediate crate.
Jan 11, 2019 2:31 PM
James never saw it coming. Dusk had just settled and the TCU junior was headed back to Ft. Worth with Gus as his co-pilot, his four-year-old black lab and hunting buddy. He was traveling on one of Texas’ two-lane county roads – the kind where the speed limit is higher than some states’ 4-lane highways – pushing 75 mph when he rounded a curve to find himself playing chicken with a Dodge Dually and a 25-foot horse trailer.
Jul 19, 2018 6:44 AM
The great debate – no we’re not talking politics here, but there seem to be just as many opinions on the point: what’s the best truck kennel to choose for your hunting dog? Is it the aluminum dog box, a traditional crate or Gunner Kennels?
You know our choice. But let us break it down for you why:
Jun 27, 2018 8:58 AM
Because each Gunner Kennels customer story, and relationship with their dog, is different, we've started to document a few for you. This week we're with Leah Shamos Twitchell, a Maine resident and dog trainer with a soft spot for rescue dogs. Unfortunately, two of Leah's rescues are escape artists – due to separation anxiety and what she says could be PTSD – and she went through as many as 6 different crates before the G1™. Read on to see why she describes Gunner Kennels as "bomb proof."
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