WPBS1234 wrote:I think that will work for what you are trying to do. I would keep in mind doing this repetitively would be allowing delayed chase. I would also make sure that your dog does not catch the bird.
tailcrackin wrote:Jim, I am not a fan on for the breaking work, I have used them for other booger issues. Here is a question to ponder on.........dog is doing good, really enjoying everything.....what will you do when you walk out to the field, and it starts pointing the area, or the pole? This does, and will possibly happen. Just something to think on. There was few videos of dogs being worked on pigeon pole, watch them, and watch the dogs reactions. Thanks Jonesy
I used a pole with a Brittany when he was 8 months old. it is a great training tool. never seen one used with a bird launcher though. Another option is to use flagged pigeons. Tie a piece of heavy cardboard the size of a business envelope to one leg and then plant him. He can make successive flights which will allow u multiple bird contacts but cant get away. he will tire quickly so make sure the dog doesnt catch him. Good luck
zamboxl wrote:don't mean to hijack but could someone point me in the direction of one of them remote release pigeon traps?
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