Dog Articles

Dog Articles

Our extensive Pro Club article library features topics important to dog breeders
and enthusiasts alike. This includes rich information in subjects ranging from dog
nutrition to breed-specific health and hereditary concerns, as well as best practices
in breeding, kennel management, conditioning, and more.

Dog Articles

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Sherry Bresnahan joined Purina in June of 2000, and has led marketing strategy and communications execution for many key Purina brands.  In 2016, she transitioned to the Professional Engagement Team’s Breeder/Enthusiast group, leading mark

Area manager - Hound Division

As Brand Manager with the Breeder Enthusiast Marketing Team, Jim Allen is responsible for leading marketing strategy as well as communications to consumers and sporting dog enthusiasts.  Jim graduated from Lindenwood Univ

Heidi Hartman-Kellerman became a full time part of the Purina team in 2014.  In my role as Field Promotions Representative, I get to meet breeders, owners, and handlers all over the country.

Area Manager - Bird Dogs

As a member of the Breeder Enthusiast Marketing Team, Christina Schneider manages the Pro Club Loyalty Program and Website as well as communications to breeders and enthusiasts.

A birthday wish came true for Casey Adams when his talented 7-year-old Labrador, “Lexie,” won the prestigious National Amateur Retriever Championship (NARC) Stake June 22, 2019, in Ronan, Montana.

Honing a picture-perfect steady to wing and shot, “Dually” (Rock River’s You Can’T Handle This) and backing brace mate, “Jax” (FC Dezasterous Jax The Ripper), have come by their talents humbly.

A small but mighty female Labrador Retriever named “Rascal” has emerged onto the retriever field trial scene with a bang by earning 69 points this past season to capture the 16th Annual Purina Outstanding Derby Field Trial Retriever Award.
After suffering a spinal injury and undergoing an extensive surgery in 2016, a consistent, focused 10-year-old Labrador Retriever named “Ford” (FC Sweetie’s Easy Rider) made a strong comeback to the sport of retriever field trials,
A consistent, promising white-and-orange Pointer called “Jill” has a bright field trial future ahead, having been crowned the 2018-2019 Purina Derby Top Shooting Dog to close out her derby career.
An 8-year-old white-and-liver female Pointer called “Bess” lit up her field trial career under pro trainer/handler Shawn Kinkelaar of Effingham, Illinois, earning 2,612 points from 10 placements in field trials across the country...