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    Through force hold and walking hold and want to progress to force fetch. What is the better program out on dvd for force fetch?
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    If I ever have another pup, it will be Hillman all the way. His FF DVD came out a tiny bit late for my last one, but from what I have seen the FF is just an extension of his puppy video.
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    Haven't bought it or seen it yet, but heard the Farmer/Aycock DVD on force fetch is really good.

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    Definately the Farmer/Aycock FF dvd Buzz lent me his and Ace is very much force fetched I use to think I did a very complete job doing FF but they have higher standards and if you stick to them you wont have to worry about a dog blinking on a bird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinS View Post
    Definately the Farmer/Aycock FF dvd Buzz lent me his and Ace is very much force fetched I use to think I did a very complete job doing FF but they have higher standards and if you stick to them you wont have to worry about a dog blinking on a bird.
    Is that the basics set your talking about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellow machine View Post
    Is that the basics set your talking about?
    There is a new farmer/aycock ff dvd. Very good and understandable. Check www.dannyfarmer.com
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    [QUOTE=2tall;1102888]If I ever have another pup, it will be Hillman all the way. His FF DVD came out a tiny bit late for my last one, but from what I have seen the FF is just an extension of his puppy video.[/QUOT
    I've been following Hillman fetch command with my new pup! Its not a Force fetch but more of a learned and practiced command
    At least that's what I am understanding about the DVD.

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    The Farmer/Aycock is the most indepth FF video I have seen.

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