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Jagd Terriers - versatile Flushing, Retrieving and fur dog #7520594 05/26/19 11:11 PM
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I have finished training my first Jagd terrier - Bruce and Heís turned out to be one hell of a dog.


About 6 months ago Bruceís owner contacted me and expressed interest in having his Jagd trained for upland flushing. I took him on and have been training Bruce for the past 4 months. With any flushing dog I prefer to teach a force retrieve. It allows me to have more control; I can turn them, stop them on a whistle, send them to flush and retrieve on command. I had some reservations about force retrieving a terrier. Terriers can be a little nasty and the thought of pinching his ear had me a little worried. After about a week of obedience, leash and ecollar work; I got Bruce up on the table and to my surprise he took well to it.

Bruce has been in training for 4 months now. He has been my go-to flushing dog for the past couple months- above several cockers and other flushing dogs. Heíís a reliable retrieve on land, in water and I guarantee you never loose a cripple down a fox hole. I have been teaching had signals and working on blind retrieves 60 yards and occasionally 100+ yards. I canít speak for all Jagds, but Bruce is a good one.

Iíve been posting videos of ĎBruceí over past couple months to my Kennels Facebook page.

https://m.facebook.com/EndeavorKennels/


Thanks for viewing.

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Re: Jagd Terriers - versatile Flushing, Retrieving and fur dog [Re: Tony_EndeavorKennels] #7520648 05/27/19 12:32 AM
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Iíll give a thumbs up for Bruce....heís a good one!

Re: Jagd Terriers - versatile Flushing, Retrieving and fur dog [Re: Tony_EndeavorKennels] #7521496 05/28/19 01:36 PM
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Jagd's are great little dogs. Tough as nails with no quit!


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Re: Jagd Terriers - versatile Flushing, Retrieving and fur dog [Re: Tony_EndeavorKennels] #7523338 05/31/19 12:17 AM
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The only terrier that truly was bred to retreave from the start.... I be got one and I'm not sure I'll be without one from here on out

Would love to see Bruce come to the jagdterrier trials this fall Tony... Pm if you would like more info


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