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    Default Favorite Dummies

    What's everyones choice for training dummies? Water? Land?

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    My favorite dummy is Al Gore, but he is kinda hard to throw for training, and my dog would not pick him up no matter how hard I pinched. So now, I use Lucky Dog bumpers with the valves for dog training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WME View Post
    My favorite dummy is Al Gore, but he is kinda hard to throw for training, and my dog would not pick him up no matter how hard I pinched. )
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    avery hexabumpers
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    Paul and Art....jk


    Neuman and Bennett...I have some that are 20 years old and still in good shape.

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    Bubba. No contest. He's kinda hard to hide for a blind, though, but he floats real good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kent S View Post
    What's everyones choice for training dummies? Water? Land?

    DT Systems. Changed from N&B because the DT's are softer in cold weather and are less expensive new.
    Never trust a dog to watch your food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becky Mills View Post
    Bubba. No contest. He's kinda hard to hide for a blind, though, but he floats real good.

    Amen sister. And he'll drink ya outa house and home....

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