Pigeons is what I have heard works best. Dropping pigeons around the dog when close to you causes them to learn they must be careful when around you as birds seem to be close to you.
From dropping pigeons then launching them. My mentor says to start by launching the pigeons when the dog is in the area and before sighting or scenting.
Next you let the dog get scent, point and if they move a muscle you launch teaching them they cannot walk over and catch the bird they must point and be steady.
Lastly with a friend holding the check cord while they are on point you launch the bird and you shoot the bird and you walk and get the bird and bring it back to the dog to teach that you will shoot the birds for them.
Not sure if any of this works and makes sense to me.
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