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Best book on training pointing and retrieving breeds #5284790 09/02/14 11:35 PM
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I'm sure this has been asked numerous times but I'd appreciate input on what you have found to be the best book as a training source for a new pointing and retrieving pup

Thank for your help

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Drahthaar puppy training manual and the Navhda Green book

how to help gun dogs train themselves

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I **LOVE** the books by the late Richard Wolters. I used "Gun Dog" to train 2 GSPs .....results were immediate and very satisfactory.

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http://www.swanvalleypress.com

How to help Gun Dogs Train Themselves.

Her other book is a great follow up and must read. The Best Trained Gun Dog

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Larry Mueller's Speed Train your Birddog
any of Bill Tarrants books, especially for pointers the one on the Delmar Smith method.

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Originally Posted By: TDH09
http://www.swanvalleypress.com

How to help Gun Dogs Train Themselves.

Her other book is a great follow up and must read. The Best Trained Gun Dog



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Re: Best book on training pointing and retrieving breeds [Re: Flashprism] #5315512 09/19/14 03:06 PM
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I thought no one was going to respond thought I had BO. Thank you for the input I do appreciate it very much.Lost my best friend a month and a half ago and will be getting another as soon as I can find one. It will be a Spinone the same as Cody who turned out to be such a phenominal companion and hunter. He died from Sago poisoning at 5 years old. Can't believe he is gone. All please be aware of this terrible potential as had I known it was poison I would have removed that FFFN palm from my yard before I ever got him.

Re: Best book on training pointing and retrieving breeds [Re: Flashprism] #5325140 09/25/14 02:10 AM
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Flashprism, what sago poisoning ? Forrest

Re: Best book on training pointing and retrieving breeds [Re: Flashprism] #5325342 09/25/14 03:59 AM
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Sago is a palm tree,it poisonous to cats and dogs



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