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Gun Dog Training on Wild Texas Quail

October 27, 2014 by

Our Wild Bird Excursions are the best experiences that we can offer a trained gun dog. We are happy to say that we are going to be able to offer your dog that experience training on wild birds in Texas again this year! This is a great opportunity for your dog to gain more experience and proficiency hunting wild quail. More...

Gun Dog Training on Wild Texas Quail

Fall for Bird Dog Trainers

October 13, 2014 by

Fall is a special time for bird dog trainers. It a season full of preparation and anticipation. As cooler weather rolls in we get a little extra pep in our step and an added twinkle in our eyes knowing that hunting season is approaching. Our preparation begins months before the opening day of hunting season. Training needs to be completed for the younger dogs, trained dogs need tuneups and need to get physically ready for season. There is a lot to be done! More...

Fall for Bird Dog Trainers

Training Your Bird Dog

April 07, 2014 by

The genetic potential to be a great bird dog is just that, the potential. To reach that potential your dog needs the experience. He needs bird exposure, opportunity, leadership, and education. In short, he needs you to be his coach. You can be that coach that your dog needs. You just need a curriculum to follow. More...

Training Your Bird Dog

2014 Bird Dog Training Seminar Schedule

January 28, 2014 by

What Turns A Piece of Birdwork Into Artwork? Your Training. Rick & Ronnie combine dog psychology with good ol’ common sense help you teach your dog the disciplines of a fine bird dog. They will walk you step-by-step through their training process. For decades people have been successfully training their own dogs using this system. Rick & Ronnie believe you can too. More...

2014 Bird Dog Training Seminar Schedule

At what age should formal training begin for a bird dog?

January 08, 2013 by

A general rule of thumb is that dogs are ready for training at around a year of age. However, there is no magic age. Whether or not a dog is ready for training has to be measured on an individual basis. We have been able to begin formal training with some dogs at about 6 months and we have also not been able to start training some dogs that were 3 and 4 years old. More...

At what age should formal training begin for a bird dog?