Watch Chad work with Honker on his steady to release training. Honker is a 10 month old German Shorthaired Pointer. Visit for more inf…
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4 Responses to Hunting Dog Training – Developing Steady to Release – Step 2

  • Kayla S. Harry says:

    My friends has written down the step-by-step tutorials to guide your dog
    grew to become alpha dog. It took him 7 years to find out, I believe every
    dog owners will need to study.

  • Willow Creek Kennels says:

    We use the belly collar to assist with steadiness and whoa. The belly is
    very sensitive so we only use mild stimulation and the dog freezes when
    they feel the sensation. It’s just another way to condition the dog to the
    desired behavior. Remember to always start off on the lowest level and
    increase gradually until you find the right level for your dog’s response.

  • Willow Creek Kennels says:

    Most dogs can be developed to hunt. The question would be more along the
    lines of how good he would be at it. You won’t know that until you get him
    on some birds and evaluate his ability. It’s never too late to teach an old
    dog new tricks.

  • blazerx47 says:

    Hey chad i am getting a rare cannan dog in a week he is 2 1/2 will he still
    be able to do theses exercises with and be able to hunt pheasants?


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