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    Josie & Russ, Thank you. I sent another...

    Josie & Russ,

    Thank you.

    I sent another email today becasue I was not sure if I sent you all the information you might need.

    I really like the website because I can find information on dogs...
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    Retriever Results Database Errors

    While looking up some information on Retriever Results I noticed that my wife and I am not listed as the owner for 2 of our dogs. They are listed as being owned by another person with a very similar...
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    Mike only addresses refocusing in #4, he doe not...

    Mike only addresses refocusing in #4, he doe not address corrections. In #8, he addresses corrections, he does not address refocusing. He only addresses both corrections and refocusing in #6.
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    Thank you. Refocusing after correcting the dog is...

    Thank you. Refocusing after correcting the dog is missing in Training with Mike Lardy, Vol III "Twenty Ways to Control Head Swinging"
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    The reason I posted the question is that one pro...

    The reason I posted the question is that one pro suggested that you send the dog after it head swings then correct it for going in the wrong direction. Another pro suggested correcting the dog the...
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    Like most of the people on this thread, YOU DID...

    Like most of the people on this thread, YOU DID NOT READ THE FIRST POST!!!

    I did not ask for "HELP" I asked a specific question.

    If you like most of the other people on the thread were in...
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    Clearly the pro's that I know do not know...

    Clearly the pro's that I know do not know anything. And, my wins and places in all-age stakes must be a figment of my imagination. And, since I run singles 25% of the time and I run combinations...
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    My original post asked a specific question which...

    My original post asked a specific question which had nothing to do with singles.

    While I do not know whether those of you that suggest just running singles run hunt tests or field trials, I do...
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    Evan, Thank you for your insight. In answer...

    Evan,

    Thank you for your insight.

    In answer to your question, yes for my 2 year old and controlable for my 5 and 7 year old.

    For my older dogs, I probable do singles 25% of the time,...
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    Head Swinging

    One of suggestions given for head swinging is to say "sit" with a correction (swat or nick) then send the dog for the mark. The question I have is this: Should you bring the dog's attention back to...
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    Thank you. I hope the everything is getting...

    Thank you.

    I hope the everything is getting better.
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    Apparently we will have to wait for the next...

    Apparently we will have to wait for the next issue of Retriever News sometime next month.
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    Does anyone have the results? They are not up...

    Does anyone have the results?

    They are not up on EntryExpress!
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    I forgot to mention that males sometimes have a...

    I forgot to mention that males sometimes have a problem distinguishing between a female dog and someone's leg. Females, on the other hand, provide a male dog handlers a convient excuse for why a...
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    I train with people that have males and people...

    I train with people that have males and people that have females. It is clear that there are significant differences between males and females. Females come into season one or two times a year...
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    AKC Hunt Test -- Judges Gifts

    I would like know hear from those of you that chair hunt tests.

    What do you think the judges' gifts should be for each stake? Should a judge that judges a master stake be given more than a judge...
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    Melanie I suppose that you do not know...

    Melanie

    I suppose that you do not know anything about FC Firemark Rackem and Stackem Casey either.
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    Estimating Ammunition for Hunt Tests

    I am looking for some ideas on how to estimate the number of shotshells needed per flyer for a hunt test. I know that if we have good shooters, a couple of shells per flyer should cover it. On the...
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    Randy, Thank you for the reply. Will I see...

    Randy,

    Thank you for the reply. Will I see you at the trial?

    Paul
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    Foxtails at Klamath Falls?

    I am considering entering the Shasta Cascade Retriever Club fall field trial on August 27th. Does anyone know what the foxtail risk is on the field trial grounds?
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    Websters defines infect as "1. to contaminate...

    Websters defines infect as "1. to contaminate with a disease producing organism or mater 2. the fact or state of being infected, esp. by the presence in the body of bacteria, protozoans, viruses,...
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    Yes, staph are part of the normal flora of the...

    Yes, staph are part of the normal flora of the skin. Furthermore, some staph can be more virulant the others.



    There are alot of foods that dogs can be allergic to. For example, wheat, corn,...
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    Staph infections do not occur in healthy skin,...

    Staph infections do not occur in healthy skin, there needs to be some sort of abrasion first. If the abrasion is caused by scratching as a result of a food allergy, it must be where the dog can...
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    I have a dog that got staph infections that...

    I have a dog that got staph infections that resulted from skin abrasions. Since staph is part of the normal flora on the skin, one solution is to reduce the number of virulant staphlococcus on the...
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    Nope! Google returns: No results found for "k9 scent imprinting".
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