Dave Rorem talks about using treats to improve focus in his high rollers. I suppose he doesn't count either .
Criquetpas, I enjoyed reading about your dogs.
One of the best retriever trainers in the country. His handler DVD is well worth watching as well as the Carr and Rorem DVD's. I have judged him and he "practices what he preaches " , all real world stuff, not perfect world. Thanks for reading.
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"They's Just DAWGS"
"Hunting is a skill to be learned whether you do it early or late it still needs to be learned"
"I train dogs, Not papers"
GMRH-I HRCH Quick MH (most importantly Duck/Upland Enthusiast) Rip. July-2014
MHR HRCH Lakota MH (most importantly Upland/Duck Enthusiast)
HR Storm.. the Pup (Beginning Upland & Waterfowl Enthusiast)
Eye contact is a good thing; however it can be overdone.
You don't want the dog trying to make eye contact with you when birds are going down or when you are lining them up for next mark; you want them looking out into the field
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"For everyone to whom much is given, of him shall much be required." -- Luke 12:48
Raven - Moneybird's Black Magic Marker***
(Esprit's Power Play x Trumarc's Lean Cuisine)
Mick - Moneybird's Jumpin' Jack Flash***
(Clubmead's Road Warrior x Oakdale Whitewater Devil Dog)
Peerless - Moneybird's Sole Survivor
(Two River's Lucky Willie x Moneybird's Black Magic Marker)