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#5436302 - 11/21/14 09:02 PM The new pup
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Just showing off the new pup. She's about 5 months old now and a firecracker. She would literally fetch all day to the point of annoyance sometimes haha. She'll bring a ball as soon as you step outside every time.

Tioga's Magpie the Ugg
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Video from this evening

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#5436330 - 11/21/14 09:16 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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#5436338 - 11/21/14 09:21 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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I can't wait to get a puppy. Going to get one this winter. Have to surprise the wife though.

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#5436339 - 11/21/14 09:22 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Awesome! Keep it all fun at that age and you can't mess up. But do yourself and pup a favor and get on solid training program, needs to start at 6 months or so. Force fetch key, don't let any one tell you otherwise. I had a pro help me first few sessions on my dog, my next dog there will be more pro help involvement.

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#5436363 - 11/21/14 09:34 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Great video. That's a fun age. She's looking good.
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#5436373 - 11/21/14 09:42 PM Re: The new pup [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
Awesome! Keep it all fun at that age and you can't mess up. But do yourself and pup a favor and get on solid training program, needs to start at 6 months or so. Force fetch key, don't let any one tell you otherwise. I had a pro help me first few sessions on my dog, my next dog there will be more pro help involvement.



Thanks!! FF is a definite.
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#5436416 - 11/21/14 10:08 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Not much better than hunting with a dog!

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#5436444 - 11/21/14 10:30 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Yep. I've had my upland dog for a few years now but this is my first retriever. I think she'll be awesome.
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#5436492 - 11/21/14 11:08 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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#5436929 - 11/22/14 10:08 AM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Good looking pup!
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#5436944 - 11/22/14 10:16 AM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Hey Foosh who is whipple out of?
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#5437195 - 11/22/14 01:26 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Originally Posted By: iliketohunt
Originally Posted By: Guy
Awesome! Keep it all fun at that age and you can't mess up. But do yourself and pup a favor and get on solid training program, needs to start at 6 months or so. Force fetch key, don't let any one tell you otherwise. I had a pro help me first few sessions on my dog, my next dog there will be more pro help involvement.



Thanks!! FF is a definite.

I assume you want to train your own dog. I would research a good pro, tell them you want to train your own dog, but want pro help, and what books/video training program to get, maybe you already got one. Or if you want to save money go HRC instead of paying a pro, HRC you could get one for free. But a book/video training program will provide a foundation and is a must JMO, coupled with hands on help from a pro.

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#5437578 - 11/22/14 05:57 PM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Hell, I have gotten so methodical and controlling on my hunts......I prefer to hunt w only my dogs at times..lol
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#5438282 - 11/23/14 08:34 AM Re: The new pup [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
Originally Posted By: iliketohunt
Originally Posted By: Guy
Awesome! Keep it all fun at that age and you can't mess up. But do yourself and pup a favor and get on solid training program, needs to start at 6 months or so. Force fetch key, don't let any one tell you otherwise. I had a pro help me first few sessions on my dog, my next dog there will be more pro help involvement.



Thanks!! FF is a definite.

I assume you want to train your own dog. I would research a good pro, tell them you want to train your own dog, but want pro help, and what books/video training program to get, maybe you already got one. Or if you want to save money go HRC instead of paying a pro, HRC you could get one for free. But a book/video training program will provide a foundation and is a must JMO, coupled with hands on help from a pro.


I know it's weird to some people but I really have no interest in formerly training my own dog. It's almost like an ocd thing, I don't like to do certain things that I'm not 100% sure of myself on because I will drive myself crazy second guessing constantly.
I'll go spend time with the trainer like I did with my vizsla but I'll let him do the hard stuff. She'll be going in January or February but I'm still deciding on where to send her.
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#5444291 - 11/26/14 09:58 AM Re: The new pup [Re: iliketohunt]
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Here she is thinking my wife is going to throw her phone for her. Lol

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