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    This may help with the training, but you are on your own with FF!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Booty
    Spanking is too Amish!

    Best to use a new G2 500 - 2 child model. Much more humane!
    For over 13 years old, get one with a long 32 inch collar that fits around the groin area. :P

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    What the heck!!!

    I go away for a few hours feeling guilty that I might have harmed a newbe answering his first question!! I even left with an apology!!!!

    Look whats has transpired now!!!

    You guys are too much. Make me feel guilty, then as soon as I leave ya'll take my place and continue on with the PECKING!!!


    Hope ya feel better!!!!

    I DO!!!!!

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    Default Re: WILL NOT SEAT ON A DUCK

    Quote Originally Posted by chris cormier
    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

    Chris...what are you talking about brother?

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    I feel Horible!!!

    I just read the original post again that Pat copied!!

    I literally read the "9 MOUTHS OLD "

    I assumed he was referring to the dog being extreamly vocal and complaining about the whole process; for example: It was like the dog had 9 mouths Blabbing all at once, and it was getting really old the way he was carrying on about the matter. Ya know, Like NAG NAG NAG !! When ya gonna get THAT done!!!

    I can relate to this in my own personal life!!


    Now that it has been pointed out to me that the dog just may have been 9 Months old, it brings up a whole new senerio!!

    First of all a 9 month old PUP should NOT be subjected to this Mature topic of SEATING!
    We move to fast. We need our Pups to grow through the innocent Happy days of youth. Mature topics will come fast enough!! There will come a day in the field, when the youngster will be taken aside and told about seating.

    My first dog was lucky enough to have a older more Mature Dog show him the art of it all. The day was cold. The lone Drake slipped into the decoys just before dark. My Partner jumped up and sent off a quick Prayer shot, that just grazed the outside wing. My youngster sat patiently and watched as the duck fell 50 yrds on the backside of the rig, landing with a big splash, head up ready for battle!!

    We decided to send the OLDER more Mature dog to bring the feast to the pot. Off he went, only for us to witness the Drake rear back and slap the dog with a flurry of wing beats.

    You could just see it in the eyes of OLD Buck!! He turned back and SEATED on that duck like you've never seen one seated on before!! As he came back in, the pride shown by both the dog and my huntin buddy was too much for words. He had truly done a remarkable job!!

    My youngin sat right there and watched the whole thing bloom before his eyes. Like Modeling clay it was!! He is now a expert duck seater himself!!!!
    Just took time, and the right approach!! But most importantly---- The RIGHT REAMER!!!!!!

    Chris,,, Buddy You'll get there!! Keep postin!!!


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    I think he means his dog likes sitting out of training until he uses ducks. I can't believe I'm posting on this thread. Chris use word to check your spelling and also let us know what kind of problem you are having.

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    Ya know, this brings a whole new meaing to the term

    "Sitting Duck"

    Please refer to the pun thread for help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Booty
    Spanking is too Amish!

    Best to use a new G2 500 - 2 child model. Much more humane!
    For over 13 years old, get one with a long 32 inch collar that fits around the groin area. :P

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    have dog order this-
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    Oh' What a great way to start a day!

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    Even with my being a newbi I was gonna reccommend a book or CD. Ater redin hiz udder posts I don tink it will do much good.

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