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Thread: Hunt tests versus hunting

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    Senior Member hotel4dogs's Avatar
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    I received this in an email from a friend, and having just recently learned how true it is I thought I would pass it on:

    "....We may play the games in the summer months knowing what is expected of our dogs, but come hunting season, the true nature of the beast tells us who really is the HUNTER and who is the STUDENT...."

    Barb Gibson
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    I couldn't agree more! It's funny you post this topic, I think of this often while hunting.
    If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man.

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    Frankly, the true hunter is always a student. He is always learning. Just when you (or the dog) think you're getting good at it.......being able to make "critical adjustments" is the key.
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