Interested....let me know when you decide what you want for them.
I made it myself....3/4" plywood with 2 pieces of 3/4" square tubing supports underneath to keep from sagging under the weight of the dog's and crates. Held in place by the GripPro ATV pocket anchors.
Fake news!.....for the price, nothing better for burrs and cactus. Been using tube boots for 40yrs. West Texas, Western Okla, KS, and SD.gonehuntin' wrote:No, they're a prairie boot.....
A few shot up coveys left.....!CowboyBirdDogs wrote:I'm thinking about making the drive up there next weekend to Black Kettle. Anybody have a report for me on bird numbers in the area or any advice on general? Thanks in advance.
You're right they don't do much, looks like just a couple of small time events....ultracarry wrote:....Gspca haha what have they done for field trials or hunting in the breed?
GSPCA/Breed Standard.....ultracarry wrote:......Fyi the tail is cropped at 60% (research Gsp standard )
::Cheers:: do some work before you try to give some input. And please don't vote in the future.
crThe tail is set high and firm, and must be docked, leaving approximately 40% of its length.
Do you give a verbal "here" when she picks up the bird? If you do (whether you simulate or not)......is there a possibility she is anticipating the stimulation at the sound of the "here" command and drops the bird?magspa wrote:.....I do use it to reinforce the general "here" command.
Not sure I understand your statement above.......but, if she is dropping the bird when you give the "here" she is probably anticipating the stimulus regardless if it is applied or not.magspa wrote:I have used it to reinforce "here" but not since I first introducing to ecollar
I see you have your e-collar strapped to your side. When she goes for the retrieve, are you stimulating or have you stimulated her with the e-collar at the time the recall command is given....?magspa wrote:She will come just fine..but drops the bird then comes
Two different NAVHDA chapters in Texas, find one that is near and attend a training day. You should be able to find plenty of help there.magspa wrote:.....If i can find a local trainer to do sessions with that would be great but I only know of one in my area...
+1 on this breeding.....Ms. Cage wrote:We have just bred 2 outstanding dogs, VC AFC FC Thunderheads Hot Pursuit MH (Chase) X VC Gunslingers NW Heartbreaker (Cage). Pups are due around Feb, 15th.
Don't know. What did they do before the advent of the tracking collar, seems like it worked for over 100yrs.Elkhunter wrote:......Would you much rather have the gallery and handlers spread out in a line and ride around looking for the dog.
Can you understand a neophyte's annoyance when some name dropping know it all corrects their opinion and/or then discounts others that might offers suggestions or disagree.....Sharon wrote:.....I can understand a pros' annoyance at having some neophyte correct his opinion,
+1.....volraider wrote:I would put Windrow Saddle Tramp on that list. He threw all-age champions and NAVHDA VC's so I would consider him also. By throwing FC's and VC's that tells me he throws run and cooperation. I have some of his grand get and they were awesome birdfinders.