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Thread: New training videos from Britain - Looks neat.

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    Default New training videos from Britain - Looks neat.

    This guy is a trainer and lab breeder as well as a field trial judge. He has many dogs who are field trial champions and trial winners. He travels all over Europe judging field trials and holding seminars.

    http://vimeo.com/53659433

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    looks like some good viewing. Has anyone ordered a set and watched it?
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    I always think that with all the practice those British dogs get jumping and climbing fences, they must be a little trickier to keep kenneled
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    Love the music, love the scenery, and I love their working dogs.

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    Jennifer Loved the scenery (so beautiful) and loved what the dogs did. They probably are very fit and agile. No collars on. Certainly different than our DVD's setup. Of course they are for Gundogs! Would be interested to know if Colonel Blimp knows of this fellow and what his comments would be about his achievements??
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    Ah, Keith Mathews of Copperbirch Labradors. I own a pup sired by FTCH Copperbirch Paddy (bred by Keith). Looks like it's been well-produced, based on the trailer. Maybe time to put this on the Christmas list!

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    Looks like a lot of fun! Im always impressed with the work of these trained gundogs do and the areas they run in are so beautiful
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    Looks like it would be interesting. Maybe I'm missing something but couldn't find ordering info or price.
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    Hard to find out how to get these videos when you live over here. We have a guy flying 2 labs and a springer over from Ireland this week, trying to find a way to get him to pick up a few copies and bring them over.
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    Right now you can just "pre-order" them. Not sure when they are actually ready. I'll try and find out. You can order them from the Dog and Country web site, which I'll find the link for. The price is 99 British Pounds which I think is about $159 for the set.

    Here's the link for ordering: http://www.dogandcountry.tv/list.php?mid=252
    Last edited by Jennifer Henion; 11-19-2012 at 08:55 PM.

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