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rmilner
09-09-2009, 08:36 PM
Three-day Gundog Training Seminar - Oct 4,5,6 2009

Come learn the best of the American Gundog training techniques and best of the British Training Techniques. Learn to transform your retriever into a calm, pleasant hunting companion that retrieves all the birds.

Our 3-day seminar features Robert Milner and Robin Watson communicating to you the best of America's gentle gundog training and the best practices of successful gundog and field trial trainers in the UK. You will get lots of the theory and practical application of operant conditioning as it applies to retriever gundog training. You will get lots of hands-on practice with dogs. If you don't have one, we will furnish one from Duckhill kennels. You will also get from experts, a good education on current British gundog training theory and practice.

Robert Milner has extensive background and experience at training both American and British Labrador gundogs and is the author of Retriever Training for the Duck Hunter and Retriever Training - A Back to Basics Approach. He is a past retriever columnist for Ducks Unlimited Magazine. He has a great deal of expertise the application of positive training methods to produce gundog behaviors.

Robin Watson owns Tibea Gundogs in England. The kennel was founded by his father in 1964 and has produced a number of Field Trial Winners and Field Trial Champions. The most widely recognized of these is probably Tibea Tosh. Robin has trained several Field Trial Winners and Field Trial Champions. He is currently campaigning Field Trial winning Brackenbird Minnow and Ducksfoot Chubb of Campdenhill.
Robin is an "A" Panel Field Trial Judge and a member of the Kennel Club.

The cost is $300, which includes lunches and a "Memphis style" barbeque dinner.

To register call Robert Milner at (901)428-6694 or email rmilner@fetchpup.com or visit the shop at duckhillkennels.com where you can sign up and pay tuition with credit card. Designate date of seminar in special instructions.