The joy that an owner can experience by having his/her own dog sit quietly at your peg untethered, pick the game that you have shot and retrieve the bird to hand before being instructed to search for more, is beyond comparison to some.
It is also something that doesn’t happen overnight. Otherwise everyone would have one!
The training of your dog would either be continuous, by that we mean staying here from youngster to fully trained or, if it suits you better, in chunks of training to come home to you in between.
Initially heelwork, recall and basic steadiness to thrown dummies.
Next level would be introduction to shot initially from starting pistol and remote launchers, steadiness to dummies launched a distance away using our remote launchers.
Introduction to cold game.
Introduction to steadiness amongst other dogs.
Scotland has some of the most challenging ground for competing and training gundogs,
but, if a dog in for residential training competes and trains in beet, then as well as working in the highlands he also has to train in the beet.
Introduction to retrieving warm game, fur and feather, before being taken by us, on a shooting day.
Experiencing the adrenaline rush of the noise and atmosphere of a driven day.
When training “recall” with residential youngsters, we seek out the odd distraction to reinforce the command.
A pheasant getting up, rabbit or another dog.
At every level you will be given regular updates. Refresher training also provided.
Email or feel free to ring to discuss any of the above. Graham 07506 290799 firstname.lastname@example.org
We have found a good use for this small pond with its island.
Older dogs can learn to go over all the way whilst youngsters, who haven't been swimming much, learn that there's only one way to come back...and that's the way you went.