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    Senior Member Evan's Avatar
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    Jan 2003
    Kansas City, MO


    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Fryer View Post
    I use a camera alot as part of my training tools. My youtube channel....

    Some are good and some are not, but you can see the progression the pups have made if you go back a few months

    I noticed there were foregroun focus issues on some videos. If your camera has a manual focus setting you can override, or focus past closer objects like tall grass to focus on your destinations; blind locations or marks. Just a suggestion. I enjoyed the dog work!

    "Prepare your dog in such a manner that the work he is normally called upon to do under-whelms him, not overwhelms him." ~ Evan Graham

    “People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.”

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    Senior Member Mark Littlejohn's Avatar
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    Jun 2006
    Conroe, Tx


    You blow a whistle every 5 seconds after "back" or a cast.
    Your dog appears to have figured this out.

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