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Quail Hunt #8172602 02/16/21 10:54 PM
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Top performing Dogs used during hunts were trained at Endeavor Kennels. Pointing dogs are trained to be steady until released, and are actively shown in performance events (Hunt Tests/Field Trials). Flushing dogs are the only dog moving once pointing dogs go on point. The flushing dog is also responsible for 95% of downed bird retrieves. I Will infrequently release one or more pointing dog in multiple downed birds scenario.

We will have limited openings for training dogs in next few months. Contact for availability or any questions.

Thanks for viewing,

Tony Miller
Endeavor Kennels
www.Endeavorkennels.com
(405)206-4173


Tony Miller
Endeavor Kennels
(405)206-4173
www.endeavorkennels.com
Re: Quail Hunt [Re: Tony_EndeavorKennels] #8172720 02/17/21 12:52 AM
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Good looking dogs , I don't do flushing dogs. Forrest

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