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    I have been working with hand signals for a few weeks now and my dog is doing great running the land t. he goes the right direction 95% of the time. The problem i have now is i have started to put distance between me and the dog and when i do so and give him the over command. he wants to come...
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    I live in Alaska and have to deal with cold/snow until May. I find 5-7 hand thrown multiple marks help keep me in tune with my labs for MH hunt tests. Each session is in a different parking lot, so dog is learning concepts not old locations. The handler works on handling mechanics and learns...
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    In this downloadable podcast, we outline a checklist of initial line concepts. Initial Line Concepts Concepts such as barriers, no-seeum blinds, remote sends, targeting, and diversions from the line. These concepts are sometimes important in running bind retrieves at Master Hunter level and in...
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    A tune-up drill is a series of land or water blinds run on successive days. In this podcast, we focus on Tune Up Drills: https://missskeeter.podbean.com/e/retriever-tune-up-drills/ Tune-up drills can be useful for at least 4 reasons: 1) They get your retriever comfortable with multiple blinds...
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    "The "Pull" on a dog is more powerful than the "Push"." From the dog's perspective why or why not?
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