A torn or ruptured knee ligament can affect a dog’s mobility and cause varying levels of pain. Photo via crozetgazette.com
Last week, Bill asked about treatment options for his dog with a strained “ACL.” Most people have likely heard of athletes tearing or rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in their knee, and the same thing can happen in dogs (and cats)—only we call it the. . .
Roy Wheeldon, of Fly Fishing Fantasies, has put up some old video that offers a great look at sight-fishing for steelhead in clear water. This is a long way from working a pool or a run blindly. The quality of the video isn’t so great, but the action captured is very cool.
Last year’s winner, Sky, strikes a regal pose. Photo via nationaldogshow.com
For those of you not interested in watching the Detroit Lions battle the Green Bay Packers—and I’m sure there are a lot of Orvis Dogs readers who fit that description—the annual broadcast of the National Dog Show will be shown on. . .
Persistence paid off for Dan, as he was able to tempt this beauty three separate times during a single day. Photo by Dan from Albuquerque
Northern New Mexico went into a winter storm warning last weekend, but it didn’t officially start until noon on Saturday so I figured I could get some fishing in before the weather hit. I decided to fish the Rio Chama to see if I could find some post-spawn browns lurking around the. . .
Pay attention to your dog during the busy holiday meal. Photo by photo by Maria, Gastonia
North Shore Animal League America, the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization, has an excellent list of ten ways to keep your dog safe during the hectic family mealtime tomorrow. Here are a few things to look out for: . .
Jonathan Hochman and Veronica McKee with their new family. Photo via 6abc.com
Last week, we told you the story of Jermaine and Jeffrey, two Pit Bull puppies at a shelter in Philadelphia looking for a new home. What made them special was that Jeffrey is blind, and Jermaine acts as his guide. A photo of the
I have no idea who these people are, but they got to visit the Kamchatka Peninsula back in September and came back with some pretty amazing footage: salmon, rainbows, char, grayling, bears. . .the whole shebang. Yeah, I’m pretty jealous.
These thirsty polypropylene mats effortlessly take the worst that any season can dish out. Photo via orvis.com
Tired of looking at an industrial looking mat inside my front door to protect my wood floor from the mess of the winter slush and snow, spring mud,summer dirt, I bought the Leaf Pattern Water Trapper Mat. Not only does it. . .