Type: Posts; User: bfosmark
Delete, I no longer own Smooth
They are different games. Field trial titles are much harder to achieve and thus are much more valuable.
Oh, yeah! The truck is loaded and ready! Our family joke is that it is Christmas eve:)
The general rule is: if the mark is thrown to the right, heel on the right. If the mark is thrown to the left, heel on the left. If doing a multiple, set up for the last bird down. Of course this...
Big congrats to Keith and Deke!
In Utah they are a draw hunt. One bird per tag. Great fun in September though and very good eating:D
This is true in any high level of competition sport. And frankly is why many love the very high levels of competition. I have no problem with it and hope one day to compete at that level.
+1 couldn't have said it better myself
:eek: You just guaranteed a drop in your first hunt test :oops::oops:
J/K You can certainly try w/o FF but to be sure I have FF'd all of my JH dogs.
AFC Coolwater's Knockout is an Abe grandson and is 4 years old. He already has his open win and just needs a few points for his FC.
I have the field Blazers. a pair of wool socks and my feet have never been cold. This is also probably the first pair of boots I have had that have never given me a blister. Love them!
Sound Beginnings definitly covers the items you are looking for. Bill Hillman's DVD does not use treats, however, it is a program that many seem to like(myself included). Really both are excellent
It doesn't even take a high roller for slight whining to become very difficult to change. Don't allow any of it!
#19. FC/AFC Wood River's Franchise
Go get them birds!
Always dreamed of a Dawg Drink! :grab:
Thanks for the updates! keep them coming:D
Big Congratulations! That is an awesome accomplishment! I love seeing dual purpose labs
+1, I have a couple of buddies from Oregon, so the places she talks about hit home. The article is awesome as well as the memories, well done Vickie!
Bill Hillman's Training a retriever puppy
Jackie Mertens Sound beginnings
these are probably the top two.
Evan Graham also has one out now as well
I voted for 1 year. But, it probably doesnt matter a whole lot. I personally like to keep my puppies separate from the other dogs. I like them to bond to me rather than each other.
That is a great site, thanks!
I am looking at getting our first DSLR. I have been looking around and the Nikon D3000 looks like it is a good camera for a rookie. Primary use will be dogs/outdoor pictures and my 16...
I actually thought about the Northern Utah, but I woke up this morning and my pup is in heat:(