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I am hunting with my dog, but during the early years, it is really hard to train my dog until I used this dt systems training which is perfect for Professional Trainers or Obedience Instructors, Hunting Guides, Kennel Owners and Pet Owners. After using that dt systems my dog improved a lot and we have better coordination than before.
I camped up in the Colorado mountains for some badly needed quiet and solitude last September. One evening the sheep herders passed by during end season round up. Their dogs stopped by for a brief visit when they noticed me watching them.
Those are some very hard working dogs, very much worth any and all inconvenience their care may call for.
My uncle had a pack of Plott hounds that we hunted hogs with in the glades years ago.
I even had one young pup get so excited that he forgot to run.....simply stayed locked to one scent-spot and barked in place for a few minutes.
One of the guides had a pair of Vesla's. They MUST have been equipped with FLIR, and telepathic to boot.
On another note, I have had many gun dogs in my life mostly Springer Spaniel with the exception of one Lab...all gone now leaving a huge hole in my life and my heart. The dog in the picture is Skeeter...hands down, the best gun dog that ever owned me...
This last time I wanted something different for a change and went with a German Wire-haired Pointer for more of an all rounder, though nothing really wrong with the labs in general.
He's a great dog but I should have made that choice 20-30 Years ago not when I was closer to 60 than 50, them Wirehairs wear a man out fast.
Reuters, Dec 2020.
I use mine as a complete all rounder, feathers and fur, he excels at feathers and is a better indicator than the labs on fur. though the lab will indicate[ tail and head goes up] you've only got a few seconds to stop her before she would go in, with the Wire he will stand.
If I was a younger man I'd have another when his times up, I hope you have many good years with yours.
Reuters, Dec 2020.