Back to pointing

Doc and Mia returned to training on honoring and I worked with Elvis on his steadiness, but I’ll let the pictures do the storytelling.

 

Doc honors Mia with their first bird of the training session.

Doc honors Mia with their first bird of the training session.

Doc honors Mia with the first bird of their training session

Doc honors Mia with the first bird of their training session

Mia and Doc remain steady-to-wing as the pigeon flies away

Mia and Doc remain steady-to-wing as the pigeon flies away

Doc honors Mia on the second bird  of their training session

Doc honors Mia on the second bird of their training session

Mia honoring Doc on their last bird of the day

Mia honoring Doc on their last bird of the day

Mia honoring Doc

Mia honoring Doc

Mia honoring Doc on their third bird of the day

Mia honoring Doc on their third bird of the day

Elvis on point with his second bird

Elvis on point with his second bird

Elvis beaks on his first bird.

Elvis beaks on his first bird.

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2 Responses to Back to pointing

  1. Opps…lol. We are really going to work on Freighter’s breaking issue this year!

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  2. That’s funny. But as Delmar Smith said about training dogs, when you solve one problem you create another, so it’s just a matter of deciding which problems you want!

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