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Fixing Behavior Problems: Flushing on Command

Ed Bailey - September 18, 2012

Problem: I have a 1-year-old female yellow Lab. She retrieves well, has good distance control...

There'™s Still Time: Last-Minute Training for Your Dog

John McGonigle - July 17, 2012

August is a tough month for training gun dogs. Sure, most of us are fired up by the coming of

Dog Games & The Hunter: Picking the Right Dog Games

James Spencer - June 12, 2012

Hunting seasons come slowly and vanish quickly. After one vanishes, we can clean/oil our...

Building Blocks: How to Prevent Problem Behavior

Dave Carty - May 15, 2012

If I have a guiding principle in the realm of training dogs; it's that it's far more a...

Having A Bash: British-Style Fields Trials

Jennifer Henion - April 27, 2012

Ever had your eye wiped by someone else's dog? You don't want to, believe me. It's...

Controlling Your Dog: Birds Galore Equals Sensory Overload

Brian Lynn - March 20, 2012

You've got a good dog. He stays focused and understands what's going on," said Sal Roseland,...

Fixing Behavior Problems: Issues in Trials and Tests

Ed Bailey - December 01, 2011

Problem: I trained my black Labrador retriever for hunt trials for three years. He did very...

Justifiable Pride: Steady Dogs Earn Bragging Rights

John McGonigle - November 21, 2011

Many gun dog owners confuse the focus regarding steadying a dog, mistakenly believing that

Command Expiration: Releasing Dogs without Losing Control

James Spencer - November 16, 2011

Strictly speaking, the term "release command" is an oxymoron. A dog is either on command or...

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