Whether you just got home from a long day’s hunt with your buddies or you have a pile of pheasant meat in your freezer begging to be eaten, these flavorful & easy ways to prepare pheasant will have you tricking even your closest of friends into thinking you’re a top chef. So tie up your apron, preheat the oven, and get to work! Dinner time will be here before you know it.
Don’t forget about your dog! As you’re preparing dinner for your two-legged family members, be sure to fill their bowl with their favorite Sportsman’s Pride recipe. They earned it.
Plants are one of the many great things about summer. But, did you know there are several plants that can be harmful to your pets? According to the Human Society of the United States, that number is over 700! We know what you’re thinking, that’s A LOT of plants to remember. Mind you, not all potentially poisonous plants are deadly. Reactions differ depending on the type of toxin and the size of the pet.
Many plants, indoor and outdoor, have powerful scents and tastes. Even if you ask your pets to stay away from them, their curiosity might take over. We put together a list of the top poisonous plants commonly found in homes and gardens. Be sure to read them over so you can keep your pets safe this summer
Longer days and sunny skies can only mean one thing—summer is almost here! We’re trading in snow skis for water skis, and hanging up our puffy jackets and pulling out the swimsuits 👙. When the weather starts to heat up, one of our all-time favorite activities to do with our dogs is kayaking. Read our tips & tricks below, and your next kayaking trip will be smooth sailing.
Daily routines look different, we haven’t been able to see the ones we love, and the parks we use to travel to have been closed. Instead of letting negative energy build, we challenge you to take this time as a chance to reflect on what matters most and set aside time each day to practice mindfulness.
Follow these three tips, and you’ll be on your way to a more positive mindset before you know it!