Type: Posts; User: Bill Stoune
Call Katie!! Or pick up the pup yourself.
Explain what you are going to be doing on the property, as well as how it will help your dogs training process.
The newer Avery bumpers work very well in cold temps for me. Dog slobber could freeze on any cold surface.
I have been using the new Avery bumpers and am very happy with them.
Do a search for bumper boy speakers and you may find some help.
Very nice tribute. The memories of your time together will remain with you forever.
I have both Dogtra bark collars. I prefer the ys 300 . It is smaller and just as effective as the larger ys500. Also, it has an indicator light to show when it is fully charged.
We used the maps app on the iphone to navigate on the lake in dense fog. I was amazed how good it worked. My training partner used it to pin hunting spots on a large lake as well.
My dogs love antlers . I have found moose antlers to be the best!
She had fluid taken again from the site, blood and saliva with no infection. We have decided to sedate her and drain the site completely to try to dry it up. She goes in on Thursday for that...
Why don't you want to use a bark collar?
I have a dog with the same problem. She has had antibiotics and the swelling seems to come and go. It does not seem to bother her at all but at times the lump is very noticeable. She goes back today...
Do a search and you will find quite a few comments about Dr. Tim's
My guess is 13 puppies: 5 male (1 yellow, 4 black) & 8 female (2 yellow, 6 black).
I brought my last puppy 11 hours and she slept most of the time. She was crated and about every 3 hours she would began to whine. I would quickly as possible find a safe place to let her out for a...
I have a bumper boy bird launcher. I'm not sure it is what you are looking for but it is new and never been used. It is not a basket but I can text you a picture if you are interested in it.
I use EMT gel or just triple antibiotic ointment and try to keep it covered when they have to go outside. Pad cuts take awhile to get closed up ,especially in this snow and ice.
Definitely a tough winter to get much training in.
I would agree wingers are really nice. Also " training retrievers alone" DVD by Dennis Voigt.
the servo arms are very easy to switch. sometimes it takes a couple of tries to get the alignment correct.
Gun Ranges are a poor place to introduce gunfire to a young dog. Follow Carol's advise and start at home.
I'm not sure exactly what you are asking here. I will tell you positive response is generally a good thing. How old is your dog and what training did he have before you got him?
testing you is normal and part of the FF process. If you can contact Blaine T and get some folks to help you through this .
do a search on walkie talkies or radios. There have been several threads on this subject. I use Midland radios and have been very happy with them.