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Best Way to Train Your Gun Dog: The Delmar Smith Method

by Bill Tarrant

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This is the first book on training gun dogs ever specifically written to remove the whip from the trainer's hand. Through these pages, you'll learn how to train a class gun dog with humanity, common-sense, and love. Contents include: Talk to the Animals; Scent Makes Sense; You Ought to See Him Use a Whip; If Pup Did the Picking, Would He Pick You?; Picking Pup: The Other Side of the Coin; Picking a Healthy Pup; Caring for a New Pup; Training the Bird Dog; Training the Retriever; Training the Flushing Dog; Gun Shyness; Let's Go Hunting; Hot Weather Precautions.… (more)
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This is the first book on training gun dogs ever specifically written to remove the whip from the trainer's hand. Through these pages, you'll learn how to train a class gun dog with humanity, common-sense, and love. Contents include: Talk to the Animals; Scent Makes Sense; You Ought to See Him Use a Whip; If Pup Did the Picking, Would He Pick You?; Picking Pup: The Other Side of the Coin; Picking a Healthy Pup; Caring for a New Pup; Training the Bird Dog; Training the Retriever; Training the Flushing Dog; Gun Shyness; Let's Go Hunting; Hot Weather Precautions.

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