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Bird on a wire

I continued with my short training sessions with a return to honoring. I had already released my pigeons for the day so there were only a couple left in the bird loft with which to train. The majority of birds … Continue reading

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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.  

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Tracking the elusive Pheasant

Mia honors Doc on point. When I saw a big rooster pheasant wandering around on our ditch bank, I saw a golden opportunity to put Doc and Mia on something besides a pigeon. I didn’t necessarily want them working up … Continue reading

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Training heats up

My trainer invited me to a training session Saturday afternoon, along with the owner of a beautiful little English Setter. The Setter’s owner wanted to check on his pup’s progress, which is actually a smart thing to do if you … Continue reading

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Training workarounds

There are currently a few constraints when it comes to training that necessitate workarounds for what you might consider standard training techniques. But then if you follow my blog, you probably realize that a lot of what I do is not really … Continue reading

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