New Jr. Hunter

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rselliott725
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New Jr. Hunter

Post by rselliott725 » Fri Dec 13, 2013 8:49 am

Heidi passed her final leg for Jr. Hunter this past weekend in Caldwell TX. This is the first dog that I have raised and trained all myself and she received a lot of compliments from the judges. She'll start her adventure towards Sr. Hunter in Jan. We're very proud to have such a natural bird dog! We have a couple of pups left from her if anyone is interested in the Houston Tx area. Ronnie Elliott 936 537 2385
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SpinoneIllinois
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Re: New Jr. Hunter

Post by SpinoneIllinois » Fri Dec 13, 2013 5:59 pm

Nice work. Love the Texas-style ribbon.

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GunDogAdventures
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Re: New Jr. Hunter

Post by GunDogAdventures » Thu Mar 27, 2014 4:12 am

Nice work Ronnie and Heidi - Congratulations!
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Hope to see you in the NSTRA trails this coming fall!!
A dog on point.....steady, yet trembling,
Breathing in and tasting the gentle breeze.
Take a moment for yourself to soak it all in,
All the training, the hard work.....it really has paid off.

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Chevy: http://gundogcentral.com/view_pedigree. ... erations=6

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Karen
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Re: New Jr. Hunter

Post by Karen » Thu Mar 27, 2014 5:14 am

Congratulations! That ribbon needs a place of honor in the house. It's beautiful (as is the dog!).
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GrayDawg
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Re: New Jr. Hunter

Post by GrayDawg » Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:31 am

Way to go! Looks like you have yourself a keeper there.
Good luck in your next level of training.

Rob
May all your dog's points be productive & your arrows avoid all timber

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