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    Senior Member Hunt'EmUp's Avatar
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    I've always use Singles to teach correct lines, easier to work-train a dog on factors with only a single, setup the triple run them singles. A week later perhaps come back run it as a triple. I know my dog can count, and has memory, but she won't always take the correct line to the marks. She choose to proved this in a final series last weekend, knew exactly where every bird was but choose to "do it her way". I believe she will be seeing nothing but long technical singles for awhile .
    Last edited by Hunt'EmUp; 03-26-2013 at 12:35 PM.
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    Senior Member i_willie12's Avatar
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    %80 of the time my dogs are seeing singles!
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    Mooresville, NC


    Thanks for the responses. A lot of good information that makes sense.

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