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    Has he produced any titled dogs?

    Has he produced any titled dogs?
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    Dr. Chuck Lingle (9/9/38-9/12/19)

    Tall Pines Retriever Club lost one of our founding members yesterday, and I lost another one of my father figures. Chuck Lingle passed away yesterday. Chuck was one of the first people that I knew...
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    A good way to dry them is to set up a bird rack...

    A good way to dry them is to set up a bird rack in the back of the truck with the birds hanging for the ride home. 30 minute drive home and they are dry. Then throw them in the freezer.
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    You’re absolutely right about that. It’s a huge...

    You’re absolutely right about that. It’s a huge commitment of time and money. You’re also right about doing it to give back to the sport.
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    It's all fun with the right attitude. I know we...

    It's all fun with the right attitude. I know we appreciated all the help, including you, we got during the Boston National.
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    I didn’t. Only estimated based on the FC number....

    I didn’t. Only estimated based on the FC number. Still a big guess.
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    This will give you an idea. Based on the...

    This will give you an idea. Based on the Retriever News 2017 had 59 new FC's and 55 new AFC's (missing the November issue), 2018 had 61 new FC's and 55 new AFC's and 2019 has 27 new FC's and 23 new...
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    The Hunter’s have a nice Canadian titled dog, Jay...

    The Hunter’s have a nice Canadian titled dog, Jay Son of a Duk Dawg, that is nice. His litter mate is laying beside me in the bed now. His other litter mate, Kerry Around A Duk Dawg, had three...
  9. I have heard of rear angulation a lot. Can you...

    I have heard of rear angulation a lot. Can you please explain this and how it helps determine ACL risk?
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    I don't know if Hawk has been bred much, but he...

    I don't know if Hawk has been bred much, but he is a dang nice dog. I would imagine with Scott's recovery process underway, the contact would need to be through Bill and Jamie Woodson.

    FC AFC...
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    I will say this. Don't judge the masses from the...

    I will say this. Don't judge the masses from the actions of a few. I been hunting all my life. Started dog games in hunt test, and am now addicted to trials. Met some of the best people and my...
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    There are those that don't want to look away from...

    There are those that don't want to look away from the far corner of the pond because that's what they have been trained on. They lick their chops on two gunners throwing down the shore at the pond's...
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    I wish there was a like button.

    I wish there was a like button.
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    I don't feel a buddy running another buddy's dog...

    I don't feel a buddy running another buddy's dog is unethical. The well within the rules was intended to just imply that they aren't even pushing the rules. I agree with you that the amateur...
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    The first is just to bypass a rule by putting...

    The first is just to bypass a rule by putting someone else's name on the papers to run.

    The second involves an example of a true financial arrangement of a co-ownership.

    The FTC is not...
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    Nothing unethical. It is well within the rules. ...

    Nothing unethical. It is well within the rules. I would think things like pushing the limits of the rules or being deceitful may become unethical. An example of "deceitful" in my mind is when...
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    I agree with that 100%; however, the faults...

    I agree with that 100%; however, the faults should still be considered, maybe not weighted as heavy, but considered. I think you and I judge very similar. I like to let dogs in minors play if...
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    Under serious faults: 2. Failure to enter either...

    Under serious faults:
    2. Failure to enter either rough cover, water, ice, mud, or any other situation involving unpleasant or difficult “going’’ for the dog, after having been ordered to do so...
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    I would think it depends on the area and size of...

    I would think it depends on the area and size of the hunt and the fall area.

    Ability to “mark’’ does not necessarily imply “pin-pointing the fall.’’ A dog that misses the “fall’’ ...
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    It's hard to handle on a cheat in the middle of a...

    It's hard to handle on a cheat in the middle of a trial knowing it's a major fault for a derby. I've seen it done a few times, but never had an instance that I felt that black and white situation...
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    No complaints seen in your initial post. I would...

    No complaints seen in your initial post. I would train a derby dog to take good lines. Be sure to maintain a good balance. Also train with bigger things in mind. I do my best to judge natural...
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    Never been big on this statement. There are a ton...

    Never been big on this statement. There are a ton of trained responses included in the rule book. Steadiness, delivery, etc. itís just not to the extent of major stakes.
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    What I see is it depends on the degree of the...

    What I see is it depends on the degree of the cheat. Reluctance to enter water and cover can be a legitimate factor in that call.
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    There will always be fussing about judging...

    There will always be fussing about judging because it is subjective. If you don’t like a judges setup or judgement, it’s pretty simple, don’t run under them anymore.

    I truly love the trial game....
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    I would say the vast majority of judges would...

    I would say the vast majority of judges would place A higher than B. Also, the vast majority would place B over A if B had swam all the way and put his nose on the bird.
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