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Thread: WILL NOT SEAT ON A DUCK

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    Thank-you
    This was just what I needed after the start of a new school year - a good - no great laugh.

    Carol

    PS I had heard of a duck-seating drill, but had never actually used one so that's why it isn't in the drill book

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    Oh my! That tool will need some reaming lube no doubt
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    Quote Originally Posted by JS
    Well, no wonder you're having problems!!! Will he seat on a coon?
    JS
    WHOA!!! Let's not go THERE. This is after all a respectable RETRIEVER forum. We can't be having these informative threads getting hijacked by some coonhound coonass.

    Oops! I AM sorry Tom. Coming from ILLINOIS, and then Central, By God, Illinois...shouldn't give us reason to lay that CA nomeclature on you. I do apologize.

    But you have to understand, while some may be willing to help in the training of the proper seating of a coondog on it's respective prey, we are primarily interested in furthering this training strictly for the retriever breeds.

    Meaning no disrespect, but we have our pride.

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    I have not had time to sit down and read this until now, and it gave me the serious laugh I needed!!!!

    Perhaps seat reaming, etc. is some part of the voodoo???
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    Its getting hard to seat still and read it all....

    /Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun_Dog2002
    Its getting hard to seat still and read it all....

    /Paul
    This thread is taking longer and longer to read. I wonder how many pages it will get to before we all need our seats rereamed
    beauty fades, but dumb is forever. (Judge Judy)

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    Guess we'll just have to seat back and seat where it goes...better wear a seat belt....





    /Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun_Dog2002
    Guess we'll just have to seat back and seat where it goes...better wear a seat belt....





    /Paul
    Wow, cute dog, looks like a longhaired Kelpie, bet he doesn't need to seat ducks, just sheep can't believe I said that, I.m not from N.Z.
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    I just found a new training tool for seat on a duck. If anyone would like one I will make you a deal. I will have to wait until I get my book first to figure out how to use it.


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    Hey Jerry,

    Actually took your lead and went to OUR library here in Oconomowoc (now say that 3 times!). I asked the head librarian for ANY books or "tools" to use on seating ducks or coons for Retrievers or Hounds.

    She went back to her office and came out with a "cattle prod"

    I then asked her if she knew you
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