It looks like Gracie and Bandit enjoyed a day in the Dove field hunting with their owners. We enjoy getting updates and photos from our clients after the dogs go home from training with us.
Rick and Gracie having a fun day Dove Hunting! We love that smile Rick.
Carl having a special Dove hunt day with his Dad and with his Boykins!
Thanks for sharing your photos with us.
I love getting updates about my girl Clair.
Here are some notes from Grier and Camille about their morning dove hunt with Clair down in TX. Thank you so much for the notes and for taking such great care of Clair. Y'all look like you are having so much fun. Keep the notes and photos coming.
Notes from the field - Opening weekend of dove season in Texas. We shot our limit and Clair retrieved them all even in 90degree plus weather. Clair was such a big hit on the hunt, and was admired by all the hunters. She also helped the other hunters find their birds. What a Fun day! We love Clair so much!
The Dove season has started and we really enjoy the notes from the field on our dogs. Sully from KY had a great day in the field and his owner Steve is very pleased as to how Sully was working during the hunt. As you can see Steve used the place board with Sully in the field. Great thinking Steve. Why not help the dog with place during the hunt.
Thank you for sharing and keep the stories coming we love them.
Notes from Rick
Gracie 80yd marks bumpers or pigeons holding well Boss. She said she misses you but she been known to lie sum. Doing well in the water also. Maybe we shouldn’t sell?
Keep up the great work Rick and we look forward to working with Gracie again this Fall/Winter. Todd
Rick and Gracie are prepping for the opening of dove season. As you can see Rick is having a great time with his dog.
John and Allie had a great hunting season in 2017 together. They had many adventures in many different states. Here are a few photos of their travels.
Carl woodcock hunting with his Boykin Spaniel in NC. Carl has spent many training days with Todd at our farm in GA. All of Carl's hard work is coming together to make a really nice hunting team.
Terry with family and friends bird hunting with his Springer Mitch and Setter Callie in IL.
The most picturesque are the SD Public Lands pics. Kermit and I went out by ourselves. We put up some praire chickens but that is all we saw all day long. Vast beauty and desolate. Not a soul around but us. Great time.
Notes from Scott in NE!
Two roosters and a quail! Heavy cover. Can't even explain how good Lincoln did on the second rooster. He was on and off it for what felt like 5 minutes. I knew he was on something and we didn't move that much because of the cover and then he kept working it out and finally beat the bird because it was determined to lose him in the thick grass and not fly. It was one of the best experiences I've ever had with him. Then to top it off he flushed a covey of quail and I actually shot one. Miracles never cease.
Here are a few photos from Scott and Rich with their dogs during the resent pheasant hunting trip in the Dakotas. This trip for Dibbs and Indie was very special as it was their first time hunting wild pheasants with their owners. As you can see Scott and Rich are pretty happy with their dogs. Great job!
Indie has been amazing and I really had a great time with her on this road trip. I can see why John Goode hasn't been home in a few months. Attached is the first South Dakota pheasant I shot over my dog.
Scott and Dibbs!
Dibbs had an excellent run today.
Minnie ran in the annual Rolling Rock Field Trial and tied for first place! Unfortunately, the other dog was 23 seconds faster flushing her first bird so we lost on the draw. Minnie did us all proud - she was in control on the walk to the field ( yup!), worked the field beautifully, listened to whistle commands, and flushed three of four birds on a hot, no wind, dry day. Brought all to hand on the retrieve. Several dogs never found a bird at all. The judges loved watching Minnie work and her enthusiasm! What fun and we are so proud of her.
Minnie and I owe it all to Todd's training!!