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I saw the thread about the eclinics and looked at the website. I was thinking about getting the season pass but wondering what some of you that had watched the shows thought about them. And I was also wondering how often they have new shows available. Thanks
 

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I have watched a few of these and found something usefull in all Iv'e watched. If you are new to training I would recomend them highly. If your not new maybe you will find some thing usefull as I did. Not a ton of new info for me but things that I found I have used and incorperated in my training. Hope this helps you to make a discision. I would say the season pass is the better deal.
 

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I've got a season pass and feel it was well worth it. I'm not up to date on viewing them but found the one's I have viewed VERY valuable!
 

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It's been a little slow lately... some of these guys are hard to pin down; but we've got more coming. Here's what's coming up over the next couple of months right now.



Big Bad Force Fetch Made Easy — Part 4
May 15th at 9:00 PM CST
Rody Best, Best Retrievers





Feeding to Win: Focus on Dietary Fat
June 5th at 8:00 PM CST
Eric K. Altom, Ph.D., Senior Nutritionist, P&G Professional Pet Care



A Training Revolution
June 12th at 8:00 PM CST
Robert Milner, Duckhill Kennel



The Two Basic Functions of a Gundog
June 19th at 8:00 PM CST
Robert Milner, Duckhill Kennel



Tech Pond Development Part 1
August 21st at 8:00 PM CST
Bo Brewer, Ridgemark Retrievers



Tech Pond Development Part 2
August 23rd at 8:00 PM CST
Bo Brewer, Ridgemark Retrievers
 

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Steve, The tech pond development, is this developing a pond, or training the dog to run a tech pond?
 

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Steve, The tech pond development, is this developing a pond, or training the dog to run a tech pond?
It's on developing the pond itself. Bo bought a new property a couple of years ago and has been converting it to a world-class dog training facility, so this should be a good one.
 

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It's called a healing stick repeatedly and firm. LOL. You'll work it out this is a common problem. Best of luck. If you need someone to handle the healing stick let me know.
Well, when they get Randy to do this video you'll learn why there is little to no need for a heeling stick.
 
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