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    Default This Puppy Training is Easy

    Just turn on Hillman's video and watch him learn.


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    OutSTANDING!

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    This new generation..... I'm tellin ya!!!! Mine would do the same thing, intrigued by other dogs.
    Sargent Taylor's Hevi-Shot (Sarge)

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    That's funny. I have a video of my first lab watching Game Dog. He was sitting at my feet chewing on a toy. When the guy in the field blew the duck call, threw the bumper and shot the gun, he sat up and marked the fall. Next to the tv was a box full toys and old puppy bumpers, on the same side of the tv as where the bumper appeared to land. When the handler gave the command, my dog ran to the box, grabbed a bumper (out of everything else) and returned to my side all proud of himself. I set up the camera and rewound the video, he did it again. I will have to convert that VHS video and post it.

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    And to add to that, the 13 wk old pup I have now was watching the same video. His response wasn't as amazing but he did sit on the handlers command once and was glued to the set for several minutes. Then the cat walked in the room....

    (yes, I still have and use a VCR....pass the Geritol please)

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    First time he blew the whistle and said sit my pups ass hit floor, they definitely like some parts better than others. They also liked some of the other trainers out there, too bad we couldn't get them to learn that way but then what would we do.

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    I just let mine read the Smart Fetch manual! Has made force fetching a breeze!

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    smart dogs
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    Quote Originally Posted by catfish_joe View Post
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    I just let mine read the Smart Fetch manual! Has made force fetching a breeze!
    Good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GW10 View Post
    Just turn on Hillman's video and watch him learn. <img src="http://www.retrievertraining.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=16859"/>
    Tried that, but that guitar in the background put him to sleep.
    "When a man is proud of his dog and shows it, I like him. When his dog is proud of him and shows it, I deeply respect him. Gene Hill

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