I'm anxious to hear your impressions of the dvd set. I like the concept of following the dogs for 3 years as they progress through training. I think the differences (US vs. UK) in training techniques as well as the differences in training goals would be interesting to see as well. I agree with Jennifer H. that watching good looking dogs in beautiful countryside might make the purchase worthwhile and any nuggets of wisdom would be a bonus!
I watched the first two dvd's lasnight. The first dvd is mostly starting with a young pup and the rights and wrongs of early age. As I don't have any dogs under 4 years I am mostly interested in the advanced training which is starting more in the 2nd dvd. He has some good training advice and shows working through some interesting problems with young dogs. I am anxious to watch the 3rd dvd tonight , as they say it's now getting down to the nitty gritty
Don't trust anyone who would rent a pig !
Never saw feedback on the 3rd and 4th DVDs?
So, where is that list of the FTCH dogs this "guru" fellow made in the UK? Titles is titles, as they say. Very curious as to how many titles it takes to be a "guru."
Wm. Mark Edwards
HRCH (500) UH Ellie Mae MH CGC
You really gotta be careful about how high a pedestal you put your method, your accomplishments, your dog on. There's usually someone who's done more, somewhere. And they may have used a different method than you did! Chris Atkinson 2013
get your dog out and TRAIN! caryalsobrook 2013
If each CD has a bottle of Jameson taped to the case I think I could make it through the series. After watching it and drinking I'd be training using my Irish voice......oooooo-ver? bahh-ak!....
Nay, nay, nay laddy, if it's repeat business he be wantin he better stap his wee DeeVeeDee to a greet big bottle o' Highland malt!
Last edited by blind ambition; 04-10-2013 at 03:22 PM.
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