Most dog owners like to joke that their pooch can eat anything, but we all know that isn’t exactly true.
We would like to think our dogs are vigilantly guarding our properties and will deter anyone who dares to enter, but this isn’t always the case.
The value and utility of a good hunting dog cannot be overstated – especially in an off grid environment.
CDC emphasizes, “We don’t want people to panic but we do want them to be aware of the heightened risk.”
Did you know that you can knit dog fur into sweaters and blankets?
Most disasters arrive alone, but they tend to leave presents behind on their way out. In this case, the Lone Star State may be faced with one of the worst mosquito seasons in recent memory.
They will help us hunt, alert us to intruders, and fight for us when the chips are down. They will be one of our most indispensable tools, and anyone with a dog after the SHTF is going to have a huge advantage
With the canine flu epidemic wreaking havoc on dogs across the country, many are comforted in knowing that the contagious virus cannot be passed to humans. However, with this heightened concern, dog owners are paying particular attention to the fact that some horrific flu-like illness can be transferred from dog to owner.
While most people in the modern world don’t keep dogs for any utilitarian purposes, they would quickly prove their worth if the SHTF tomorrow.