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where to buy pigeons for dog training #7170716 05/15/18 08:44 PM
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Do you know where I can get a few live pigeons. I am looking to train my Lab with them I only want a couple at a time.

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You might try some local gun dog clubs.


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I'll take a Black Female every time.

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Craigslist has them. They are kid of expensive. We always just caught them under bridges.

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How did you catch them?

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Originally Posted By: Nitro27
How did you catch them?


Like snipe. We used flashlights and a fishing net.

Find them during the day. Look for a bridge that you will be able to reach a net up to where they are sitting. We attached extending poles to our fishing nets. Come back after dark when they are roosting and scoop them up. They usually won't fly off into the dark so you just keep chasing them back and forth until you have enough.

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