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cflinchum
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Training DVD questions

Post by cflinchum » Mon Apr 27, 2015 11:06 am

Just want to get everyones oppinon on what training DVDs to look at, so far Im thinking the Grahams smart work series unless something better is out there?

Looking to train two pups 7month old whos going to be more of a duck dog and a new pup I put a depoist down on that im hoping to turn into an upland flushing lab.


Just looking for advice, also if anyone would be interested in selling a set let me know...


Thanks in advanced..

Cody.

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Re: Training DVD questions

Post by cflinchum » Mon Apr 27, 2015 5:31 pm

Let's disregard the flushing lab part.. Lol Any suggestions for training DVDs? Any one have any for sale or any feedback, thanks in advance

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Re: Training DVD questions

Post by Sharon » Mon Apr 27, 2015 8:19 pm

Definitely a plus for the " Smart Work " series by Evan Graham.

Keep an eye in the "dog stuff for sale " section. Those DVDs show up regularly there for sale.
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Re: Training DVD questions

Post by tailcrackin » Tue Apr 28, 2015 7:49 am

Bill Hillman has some very nice ones. Works dogs at different levels or stages in training. His puppy vid is really good imo. Thanks Jonesy
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Re: Training DVD questions

Post by EvanG » Thu Apr 30, 2015 2:23 pm

cflinchum wrote:Let's disregard the flushing lab part.. Lol Any suggestions for training DVDs? Any one have any for sale or any feedback, thanks in advance
As part of the Smartwork system is a DVD called In The Field. You'll find a very effective quarter & flush drill in it. It's the most complete and detailed program there is.

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