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Duck school north Texas recommendation #7557560 07/16/19 01:26 PM
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Iím looking for a new duck school for my pup. The catch is Iíd like it to have AC kennels since itís summertime and he is a Chesapeake. Dog has been at mad river for 6 weeks but itís just not working out. Heís gained at least 15 pounds and is FAT. Doesnít appear to have been worked much. Seems to have digressed in training from where I had him. Love to hear suggestions.

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JC Strange with Cripple Creek Retrievers

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Thanks Brady I will check them out

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Texas Duck Dogs/Wade Cashion seems to do well. He has amazing grounds to train on outside Valley View. Next to Robby's place that gets on here frequently.

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JC did well with my CBR. I donít believe his kennels have AC though....just vented with fans.

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That's surprising to hear of Mad River. I've personally experienced and heard nothing but great things from them.

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Originally Posted by huntinraider
Iím looking for a new duck school for my pup. The catch is Iíd like it to have AC kennels since itís summertime and he is a Chesapeake. Dog has been at mad river for 6 weeks but itís just not working out. Heís gained at least 15 pounds and is FAT. Doesnít appear to have been worked much. Seems to have digressed in training from where I had him. Love to hear suggestions.


I think heíll do much better in an air conditioned environment. I canít believe some people keep dogs outside in this kind of heat. It should be against the law especially for a Chesapeake. I would shoot for someone that has air conditioned training facilities as well. Fetching in 70F is much more pleasant and shouldnít cause any unnecessary strain on the dog. Good luck on being a dog man.

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Originally Posted by scalebuster
Originally Posted by huntinraider
Iím looking for a new duck school for my pup. The catch is Iíd like it to have AC kennels since itís summertime and he is a Chesapeake. Dog has been at mad river for 6 weeks but itís just not working out. Heís gained at least 15 pounds and is FAT. Doesnít appear to have been worked much. Seems to have digressed in training from where I had him. Love to hear suggestions.


I think heíll do much better in an air conditioned environment. I canít believe some people keep dogs outside in this kind of heat. It should be against the law especially for a Chesapeake. I would shoot for someone that has air conditioned training facilities as well. Fetching in 70F is much more pleasant and shouldnít cause any unnecessary strain on the dog. Good luck on being a dog man.



Hmmmm...

That's not the Scalebuster I'm used to

Re: Duck school north Texas recommendation [Re: UTMallard] #7562782 07/23/19 05:52 PM
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Yes I had too and Iím not hear to bash but for all the good things they sure didnít have many dogs to train.

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Iím looking for a new duck school for my pup. The catch is Iíd like it to have AC kennels since itís summertime and he is a Chesapeake. Dog has been at mad river for 6 weeks but itís just not working out. Heís gained at least 15 pounds and is FAT. Doesnít appear to have been worked much. Seems to have digressed in training from where I had him. Love to hear suggestions.


I think heíll do much better in an air conditioned environment. I canít believe some people keep dogs outside in this kind of heat. It should be against the law especially for a Chesapeake. I would shoot for someone that has air conditioned training facilities as well. Fetching in 70F is much more pleasant and shouldnít cause any unnecessary strain on the dog. Good luck on being a dog man.



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Iím sorry, that post did seem like I was serious. I donít mind my dogs coming in the house and even spending the night every now and then. I think a working dog that had spent all summer under the air conditioning would be like the fat kid the first day of football practice come September first.

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Originally Posted by scalebuster

Iím sorry, that post did seem like I was serious. I donít mind my dogs coming in the house and even spending the night every now and then. I think a working dog that had spent all summer under the air conditioning would be like the fat kid the first day of football practice come September first.

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I know for a fact the that Marks A lot does a lot with chessies. I have no personal experience but have heard good things.

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I know for a fact the that Marks A lot does a lot with chessies. I have no personal experience but have heard good things.



They are great. Have a good buddy that does a lot with him and my dad just bought a started dog from him.

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