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Through the Looking Glass and what Doc found there

We returned to the baseball drill Friday morning and while Doc did very well with his left and right casts, he had a lot of trouble with back casts and taking a line to the bumper. I quickly gave up … Continue reading

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Casting and doubles

Friday morning, I took Doc and Elvis on a nice long walk and stopped to work Doc on doubles and casting. At the age of 10, Elvis is waking up stiff some mornings and isn’t up to early morning cold … Continue reading

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more water retrieving

I’ve been working Doc and Elvis on retrieving drills, both land and water, and Friday continued with sending Doc out on doubles. Elvis wasn’t up to swimming and was content to wade and watch Doc work. But he had spent … Continue reading

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Baseball with Doc

This last Friday, I took Doc and Elvis out for retrieving drills, specifically the baseball drill. Until we can get on some birds, I’m focusing on retrieving. I put Doc on the pitcher’s mound and placed the bumper at first … Continue reading

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Elvis goes to school

Elvis and I were invited to attend classes at the Idaho Science and Technology Charter School on Thursday, Feb. 21 and would like to thank the school for the opportunity to discuss Spinone and therapy work. We are invited every … Continue reading

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Smoking in the snow

A snowstorm didn’t stop me from smoking the ducks that we bagged this last hunting season, and they turned out absolutely delicious. This has now become my favorite duck recipe that can either be an appetizer (if you eat several … Continue reading

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Cops and dogs

I took Doc and Elvis out for a little training, where we again focused on searching. Two policemen were monitoring traffic at the school across the street from where we were training. After training, I spoke with them for a … Continue reading

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