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jpndave

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Maeve is a pretty girl! 40lbs is perfect. I agree more joy with the dogs hunting than anything else.
 

HNDLDR

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Nice to see all the bird hunters on here. I guess I need to monitor this part of the forum a little closer.
 

ElkSurgeon

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She's not a pointer, Braque d'Auvergne is the breed, though they do point well. They hunt closer in not as far out as pointers/setters do. She is still lots of pup. I haven't had her up hunting in Idaho. Lots of "bird" in this one. She'll be awesome if I do my part. Hopefully life will allow it.
Characteristics sounds similar to my Vizsla....He will not hunt unless he can see me, turns into a sissy. Won’t hunt for any of my buddies either unless I’m right there with them 🙄. I’m guessing Vizslas were bred that way? Not sure....
 

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epoletna

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Vizlas are incredibly tuned into their owner. Every Vizla I have ever seen is watching his owner all the time, waiting for clues about what he/she wants and what is coming next. Extremely tuned-in dogs.
 

Bingoc

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I do have a young male golden that is very skittish. Any tips on breaking a dog into gunfire slowly. He jumps at the sound of the slide racking on my pistol. I don’t know if he will ever be a gun dog.
Get a copy of "Training Your Retriever" by James Lamb Free and follow it to the letter. You and your retriever will bond in no time.
 

Threerun

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I know this thread is a month old, but I'd like to say our NAVHDA chapter has some awesome folks- at least the core group. It's training season so we'll be out there in the field with our 3 dogs. However I can surely say that there are some folks that are complete and utter jack wagons- especially on test days. Most of them are not 'regulars' but bring their pups in for the NA test. They bitch and moan when things don't go their way. I (we) just ignore them and move along.. It comes with the territory me thinks..

Look for a good local group if you want some good kinship.
 

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