Gigi & DJ Get 4th In TX!

Gigi took our training seminar in TX and had such a fun time learning so many new training concepts, and Todd thought what fun it would be to have Gigi run DJ in the puppy stake. This would be the first time Gigi ran a puppy stake and with DJ. Todd had Gigi run many of our field trial dogs during a training session to get a feel of how each one of the dogs runs. Not many Pros would hand off their field trial dogs to just anyone. We hope you had fun Gigi and keep at the dog training and hopefully run one of your own dogs in the field trials soon. Enjoy a few photos and a short video.

 

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Allie & John First Year Hunting Together!

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.

 

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Springer Field Trial Placements!

Alder places 3rd in the Open at the Houston ESS Field Trial Club

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The Crosswind Boys!

Riot 2nd and Rennie 3rd in the Open at the North Texas Springer Spaniel Field Trial

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Congratulations to all!

Texas Spaniel Training Seminar with Todd

Here are a few photos and video of our latest spaniel training seminar in Texas this past weekend. Thank you all for coming to the seminar, Todd and I really enjoyed watching all of you with your dogs. The video is below and here is the link for the photos.

 

Carl & Terry Hunting With Their Dogs

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.

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Terry with family and friends bird hunting with his Springer Mitch and Setter Callie in IL.

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Our New Year Puppy Dexter!

Welcome to Georgia Dexter!

Dexter had a fun plane ride from TX, and he is already running the house. Dexter has been very interested in the Christmas tree, I hope the tree holds up just a little bit longer. Dexter is very busy training with Todd already. One must get an early start on a young puppies training, plus they get tired and take little naps. Enjoy a few photos of Dexter!

 

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Purchase Your Copy Of The Training Manual

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Purchase Our Complete Training Manual

After years of people asking if we had a book, we have finally answered with our training manual that has been developed as a companion manual for our seminars and will be a companion manual for our video program that is in development. This manual is a step by step guide to develop your dog from a puppy to a finished dog. This is a clean explanation of the steps we generally go through to develop our own dogs and Client dogs that are with us for development.

Our training program is specifically developed to help owners that work for a living or train alone. This system can be completed successfully without the need for training groups and a lot of ground. You only need commitment, patience and some time hunting your dog!

The manual is coil bound on gloss paper with cover stock. It has 104 interior pages filled with explanations, photographs and exhibits. The cost is $50.00 (US dollars) and includes priority shipping to the lower 48 via USPS. Please email the name and address for shipping and either mail a check or click the Buy Training Manual button to pay via PayPal. As always, please forward the info to others that may have interest. PAYPAL LINK

 

Alan & Kermit SD Wild Pheasants

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.

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Two Roosters & A Quail With Lincoln

Notes from Scott in NE!

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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.