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#5921920 - 09/10/15 10:42 AM Amos first retrieves
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Didn't see hardly any birds this weekend but I came home a super proud poppa. About to be 9 months old and he blew me away. Killed three whole birds, but with each he marked well and retrieved to hand. Moving on to woah breaking this week in hopes that we get to get on some public land quail this coming season. Guess I am getting to that point where I dont really care about the amount of birds bagged as much as I do about how my pup does.


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#5921939 - 09/10/15 10:56 AM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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Nice loooking dog.

He looks... excited. roflmao

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#5921965 - 09/10/15 11:14 AM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: mbole]
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Originally Posted By: mbole
Nice loooking dog.

He looks... excited. roflmao


Getting cut next week, cant wait for that to be put away
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#5922019 - 09/10/15 11:38 AM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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Good looking dog. Yes nothing better than actually hunting a dog to teach them.

Also noticed there is not a shock collar on the dog. Don't see that often
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#5922073 - 09/10/15 12:04 PM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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He looks really proud of himself.
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#5923364 - 09/11/15 06:06 AM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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That's awesome. Your dog is around the same age as mine. Does yours run 90 mph when free, man mine can run like a loon. I follow the threads u post, good work. Mine had 13 unassisted retrieves this past weekend, it was a true reward to watch it all come together. Took her out yesterday and she perked up and sat at full attention when some birds got close. Keep up the good work

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#5923549 - 09/11/15 08:43 AM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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Thanks Pervis, yeah he can absolutely fly when he wants too. Luckily he seems to want to work a little closer in, so I worry about him bolting on me. As soon as I can afford one, we will be getting an E-collar just for that added assurance.
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#5924978 - 09/12/15 02:15 AM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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I wouldn't do the ecollar. I tried one w my dog and thought it ruined her, thank god it didnt. Or maybe get one and use it as a last resort. Yeah mine has attachment issues like won't let me out of her sight. She stays close too.

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#5925097 - 09/12/15 08:30 AM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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Not a fan of the collar myself. However if you have your dog ecollar conditioned properly it can be a great long range communication and control tool.
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#5926612 - 09/13/15 02:21 PM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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Originally Posted By: Baylor_Bears
Originally Posted By: mbole
Nice loooking dog.

He looks... excited. roflmao


Getting cut next week, cant wait for that to be put away


I would do some research before neutering that early and would strongly discourage it.
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#5926684 - 09/13/15 03:24 PM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: maximumintensityretriever]
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Originally Posted By: maximumintensityretriever
Originally Posted By: Baylor_Bears
Originally Posted By: mbole
Nice loooking dog.

He looks... excited. roflmao


Getting cut next week, cant wait for that to be put away


I would do some research before neutering that early and would strongly discourage it.


I'm w/Tony...and no balls does not equal no lipstick!
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#5926792 - 09/13/15 04:43 PM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: maximumintensityretriever]
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Originally Posted By: maximumintensityretriever
Originally Posted By: Baylor_Bears
Originally Posted By: mbole
Nice loooking dog.

He looks... excited. roflmao


Getting cut next week, cant wait for that to be put away


I would do some research before neutering that early and would strongly discourage it.


Agree!!! Hormones play a huge part in skeletal developement.

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#5928093 - 09/14/15 01:05 PM Re: Amos first retrieves [Re: passthru]
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Originally Posted By: passthru
Not a fan of the collar myself. However if you have your dog ecollar conditioned properly it can be a great long range communication and control tool.


I think it is all in the proper introduction and conditioning. I like the idea of knowing I can stop my pup on a dime if a dangerous situation presents itself. Also a great tool for hunting smaller pieces of land or public so I can make sure fences aren't crossed when he is a ways away.
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