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    Question Training from DVDs

    I just bought my first training DVDs (Fowl Dogs) and I wanted to know if these DVDs are fairly simple to remember the information from home to the field or is their a training booklet for Fowl Dogs that I should get to take to the field with?

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    Great DVD. Very easy to follow. IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by gundoggin View Post
    I just bought my first training DVDs (Fowl Dogs) and I wanted to know if these DVDs are fairly simple to remember the information from home to the field or is their a training booklet for Fowl Dogs that I should get to take to the field with?
    Take notes and build your on book to take to the field if necessary...Watch the dvd many times to grasp all the info from it ..One time usually will not be enough to totally grasp the complete program....good program to follow ...best wishes Steve S
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve schreiner View Post
    Take notes and build your on book to take to the field if necessary...Watch the dvd many times to grasp all the info from it ..One time usually will not be enough to totally grasp the complete program....good program to follow ...best wishes Steve S
    Yes, need to watch several times and taking notes is a great idea. Several years ago I got this program plus several others and have been able to take something from each to develop something that I have found works pretty well. Put your notes on index cards that you can carry in your shirt pocket to refer to as you are getting the hang of the steps. You will find after you have trained a few pups with these cards as reference that it will become habit for you.
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