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    A situation on a waterblind comes to mind, where...

    A situation on a waterblind comes to mind, where the dog has to get out on a point. One whistle to get out and one to get back in and this may need to be pretty close to straight back, but the dog...
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    Kass Goulding and Andrea Holsinger, just outside...

    Kass Goulding and Andrea Holsinger, just outside of Athens, GA. Bertschire Flat Coated Retrievers.

    www.bertschire.com
  3. I have had similar incidents over the years,...

    I have had similar incidents over the years, usually it can be taken care by using some antibacterial hand gel on the metal contacts. They can occasionally get some bacterial growth on the prongs,...
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    Lardy!!!!!

    Lardy!!!!!
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    I've seen a water blind scrapped after a few dogs...

    I've seen a water blind scrapped after a few dogs run and moved on to the fourth series with no water blind. I have also seen a derby run quite a few more than 4 series "to determine a winner."
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    MN Iron Range RC Trial #1

    Please keep us posted on set ups and call backs for all stakes!

    Thanks!
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    I know how most people use the "current system"...

    I know how most people use the "current system" with 2 trainers for young and big dogs. My question is, is there a market for the middle man. If the dog is fresh with a "big dog" trainer it is often...
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    So, not trying to steal the thread, but I wanted...

    So, not trying to steal the thread, but I wanted some opinions on an idea I was thinking about. Is a transition specific trainer worth while. I guess your options are to keep the dog with the young...
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    I think this is good topic! Overall, yes if the...

    I think this is good topic! Overall, yes if the dog gives in to conditions (whatever they may be), yes handle. Let's consider a specific situation say you have a short flyer with long retired gun off...
  10. Count me in too! Jonathon Lord

    Count me in too!
    Jonathon Lord
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    #3 - This will come in handy eventually, never...

    #3 - This will come in handy eventually, never know when the dog may hunt with a lefty.

    #4 - Hand has nothing to do with aiming, helps with steadying, and another line of communication. A short...
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    Are you sending from your side or from a front...

    Are you sending from your side or from a front sit? I would send 85 to 90% from front sit. She has to turn and gain momentum, and if she slows are particularly turns slowly that's when force could...
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    A few reasons, keeps the dog focused on you,...

    A few reasons, keeps the dog focused on you, another opportunity for the youngster to come into the heel position correctly, you will require her to sit out in front of you waiting further...
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    I would say that depends, what is the wind doing?...

    I would say that depends, what is the wind doing? Can the dog smell the marks on the way to the blind? Is the wind pushing the dog into the shoreline as it should with a shoreline blind? With dogs...
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    Was the go bird thrown farther out than the...

    Was the go bird thrown farther out than the memory? According to the picture they seemed pretty much in line. If so, then I would have put the dog on the right, assuming the dog is two sided, for the...
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    I think that a dog that lines a blind absolutely...

    I think that a dog that lines a blind absolutely show trainability, control and perseverance. If the dog was not "trainable" he would not be able to line the blind, if the dog did not possess...
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    Yeah I would just give her a little time off...

    Yeah I would just give her a little time off until she is ready for force fetch at this point. It should make her bumper starved going into force fetch and that isn't a bad thing. Also, if you ever...
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    I noticed you said you used attrition on the...

    I noticed you said you used attrition on the second point due to over rotating. This is an area I think you have to be careful in thoughts of attrition. Did you stop them on the land or in the water?...
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    Also this blind should be run, in training, with...

    Also this blind should be run, in training, with dog on the left, and off the right at trial
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    In training: help them out of the water,...

    In training: help them out of the water, challenge to get back in. Other factors to consider is what is the wind doing? For training purposes I would prefer to move the bird to the right, and the...
  21. I know I'm curious too tommy, I'll let u know...

    I know I'm curious too tommy, I'll let u know when I hear something
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    Sounds like FF would help here. Pup sounds...

    Sounds like FF would help here. Pup sounds confused, if FF'ed you could command fetch followed by an immediate back/over. But the impulse to get up and find the bumper dows not appear to be present.
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    Taking guns away from the general public, will...

    Taking guns away from the general public, will only leave a defenseless public, against a well armed criminal element. Criminals are not law abiding citizens!
  24. Deff. no pro here, and I didn't see much I would...

    Deff. no pro here, and I didn't see much I would worry about as far as the line, but if this is something you are genuinely concerned about, place the bird on the line at the point of "flair" and...
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    I second, or third I guess, the pinch collar to...

    I second, or third I guess, the pinch collar to tighten up heel. Also, something I try to do is once I feel the dog has a good understanding don't always give a verbal command, but rather a...
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