We’re in the heart of some of the finest wingshooting, fishing, and big game hunting in the eastern United States and have the knowledge, experience, and passioA common problem that we see here is that many people start their dog’s training curriculum, but they don’t know where to go from there. Come spend a day with us and work on what we term as an “intermediate” seminar. We’re briefly cover some starting points and foundation builders, only to move on and start covering new ground that will help you bring your dog farther in their training and experience level.
Learn how to combat common problems that people experience as they gain ground on their training plan. You’ll learn how to set up that training plan, and put it into action to benefit you and your dog. We’ll also cover remote commands such as whoa and any turning command you desire.
Take the mystery out of working toward that finished pointing dog. By doing this you’ll be able to see your effort working for both you and your dog, as well as pick up and retain the training methods that we use to ready our own dogs for guiding season. The result is a dog that is energetic, confident, and eager to please you.
Additionally, by focusing on a command structure, your home life with your dog will improve as well, which will benefit you not only in the home, but in the field too.
Topics to be Covered
- Introduction level Refresher
- Sped up yard routine drills
- Field work routines and drills
- Steady to flush Steady to shot
- Pointing Dog Demonstrations
- Questions & Answers
- First Aid Basics
- BBQ to end the day