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A beautifully illustrated guide to training a working spaniel in the shooting field, from basic obedience to advanced hunting and retrieving, with advice and step-by-step information from esteemed gundog trainer Graham Gibson. Complete Training for the Working Spaniel is suitable for both novice and experienced trainers, and is essential reading for anyone looking to bring out the best from their spaniel in the shooting field. Topics covered include choosing a spaniel; teaching the basics - commands, lead training and the recall; introduction to game; hunting, retrieving and handling; common problems and solutions, from the delivery to chasing game; advanced retrieving and water work and finally competitions and gundog trials. There are 141 beautiful colour photographs to demonstrate the training techniques throughout.
Eric Begbie has been an ardent waterfowler for over 40 years and has trained retrievers for most of that period. His Gundog Training Broadsheets (also published by Lulu as "Gundog Training Made Easy") received worldwide acclaim.This new book updates the lessons from the Broadsheets, specially adapted for the duck and goose hunter, and combines them with a wealth of additional material, some highly evocative wildfowling tales and an excellent selection of photographs. A fabulous book for everyone who wants to train a retriever or other breed for use when duck and goose hunting.
Now in paperback Effective training techniques for bird dogs, retrievers, and flushers Photos illustrate techniques and equipment Veteran trainer and hunter Bill Tarrant goes beyond simple gun dog training and teaches handlers how to correct flaws in a dog's behavior in the field. He first explains how to "read" a dog--how to identify faults such as hard mouth and gun shyness--and then prescribes solutions for problems specific to each of the three major classifications of gun dogs--bird dogs, retrievers, and flushers.