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    Dominant Buck mpemt24's Avatar
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    I trained Autumn for a little bit in the backyard on Saturday. I hid some wings and a dummy. Man she found those wings fast.

    Is this what you wanted me to do Daddy?


    Here she is jumping up a 5 foot retaining wall plus 2 1/2 foot diameter fallen tree. I toss the Dead Fowl Trainer down into the woods for her to find. She used to do very well before I added the scent. Now she is excellant. Some nice cover down there too.


    Here she is taking a break. However once I took the trainer from her she was ready for more. I had to drag her inside. She won't stop until she drops.


    Hope she is ready for the season, even if I just have limited time.
    It isn't the catch or the kill that makes for a great outdoor experience but enjoying all that God has created for us.

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    good looking pup, what kind?

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    what kind?
    The oldest hunting breed around, Vizsla.
    It isn't the catch or the kill that makes for a great outdoor experience but enjoying all that God has created for us.

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    Looking good , hope the pup will hunt as good as it looks

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    reminds me of my dog ....... the only way he'll stop is when his heart explodes. I have to force him inside, too.

    Even if she's not "ready," you guys will have fun together in the field. Just don't expect more from her than she's capable of this year. With you going away this fall and all, maybe consider this season to be just fun hunting. The 2007 season can be serious business.

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    Dominant Buck mpemt24's Avatar
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    maybe consider this season to be just fun hunting
    It is always fun hunting. I just want to watch her. Only afternoons after the crowds dwindle.
    It isn't the catch or the kill that makes for a great outdoor experience but enjoying all that God has created for us.

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    I found hiding stuff that my lab followed my trail more that the birds trail. You need to throw stuff to make sure your dog isn't on your sent vs. the birds.

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    Gettin ready are ya.




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