Fetching drills begin on the table, and then progress to ground work.
Progressing from frozen birds, to fresh killed birds, still reinforcing basic skills.
The obedience program involves the teaching of four (4) basic obedience commands:
At the completion of Obedience Training, the dog should be capable of recognizing, and properly responding to, these commands.
After obedience work is mastered, Force Break (or Force Fetch) training can start. Your dog will learn to retrieve and hold bumpers, and birds, and to deliver them to hand.
After both Obedience and Force Break Training, Field Training will focus learned skills on retrieve targets (birds and bumpers) on both land and in water. Training progresses from short marks, to longer and multiple marks, to live bird flushing, according to each dog's learning speed.
Charges are assessed monthly, and include training, feed, water. daily kennel maintenance, and daily visual health monitoring.
Rick Weber 832-266-0046
Th For training located in Central Texas, we recommend Charles Witt, at Circle C Kennels in Hubbard Texas. His years of experience result in fabulous results! Call (254) 206-6024