01-24-2006, 07:34 PM
Just wanted to get some input. What do ya'll think about the Bumper
Boy software? I just don't see that it would be that more useful than
my trusty pencil and legal pad?
01-25-2006, 01:44 PM
I had an online demonstration of the software from Tom a couple months ago. It's mainly for pro's to put their training program on. It's an alternative to them making a training video or writing a book. For example, I would buy my pro's training software and run it on my computer at home and in my handheld transmitter. So that I know what my dog has done and where he's having troubles. So when I get my dog back from the pro and I'm out in the field and he makes a mistake, I can look at my handheld and listen and watch my pro tell me how to correct him.
Also the tests are a lot faster to watch than watching a training video of a dog running in real time.
If you're at all curious, I suggest setting up an online demonstration with Tom. You can actually view his computer screen from your own and he walks you through it.
01-25-2006, 07:52 PM
Thanks for the info. Seems like a nice tool for both the trainer and the
customer. I will call for a demo.