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Thread: Shout Out to LONESOME DOVE HRC

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    Senior Member RedstarKennels's Avatar
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    Red face Shout Out to LONESOME DOVE HRC

    I would like to give a Huge Shout Out to Lonesome Dove HRC that was held in Comanche Texas.
    We recently moved from Michigan to Texas...and leaving all my AKC/HRC buddies behind was very hard.
    We finally got settled and I entered my only NOT IN HEAT female at the Lonesome Dove Test
    THANK YOU THANK YOU.
    The Hunt Test was Terrific...the Members went out of their way to make EVERYONE Feel so welcome.
    The JUDGES were the best...and took so much time and really made the event FUN for All...They set up some really nice tests
    The tailgate had terrific food and offered a wonderful caring atmosphere.....
    I left feeling like I had known many people for Years...and felt I had made some new Great Friends...
    Lonesome Dove ...is a great club...If you don't have it on your calendar....I suggest you put it on your radar for next year...
    You will have a great weekend with great folks...
    THANK YOU LONESOME DOVE.....
    The Gang at Redstar!
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    I agree. A lot of fine folks in that club. Welcome to Texas.
    "Force fetch isn't about retrieving as much as it is conditioning a dog to handle pressure, in a very controlled environment. It's about putting a dog in the position of having to figure out how to turn off pressure by finding the correct response. This translates into numerous areas in training." Sharon Potter.

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    We had a great time too.
    All success belongs to the dog, all failure to the trainer.

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    I agree the hunt test was awesome. The Dinner was 5 star. I learned alot, met some really great folks. It was really nice meeting you and Russ.

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    And i might add the raffle was superb!!! lol

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