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    I HAVE A YELLOW LAB MALE 9 MOUTHS OLD HE IS DOING VERY GOOD SEATING OUT BUT HE WILL NOT SEAT ON A DUCK HELP ME

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    huh?
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    Very simple matter of making a trip to the local hardware store and purchasing a "seat reamer".

    Once the ducks seat has been reamed, the duck will be much more cooperative with the dog seating to it!!

    If I can be of any more help with the technical aspects of dog training, please let me know!!

    I finally got a chance to give some helpful information before all the pros answered!!!



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    Gooser,

    Thanks for clarifying what he was asking....I don't know of any testing organizations that require a dog to sit on a duck - wonder how the duck feels about all of this? Also is it a live duck or a dead one?

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    Sounds like a case of game abuse to me.

    Don't try it at an AKC test, let me tell ya.............

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    Moose Gooser,

    ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!

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    WHAT THE HE!! IS YA SAYIN' SON

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    Best to use a new G2 500 - 2 child model. Much more humane!
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    I had a seat on a greyhound once. Worst trip I ever had, even worse than the LSD. 8)
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    Oh, my.

    I was going to chime in with what I thought he meant and make a suggestion.

    But then I'd be spoiling someone's fun again.

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    Once you get the duck reamed you should apply a good coating of duck seating compound and fit him with the proper gasket. Your dog should not have any trouble seating to the duck if gasket is installed correctly.

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