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Train Your Dog to Hunt Birds : Use Bird Dog Obedience Training at Home

Added on Oct 5, 2007 From expertvillage

Use pinch collars to teach your bird hunting dog obedience in this free video.

Expert: Charlie McCanna
Bio: Charlie McCanna has been training and hunting with Labrador retrievers for 22 years.
Filmmaker: Charles McCanna


19 Likes,     23 Dislikes,     27804 Views,     21 Comments

Joey Tanner Says:

Nov 19, 2016 - After repeatedly seeing it mentioned, I went ahead and googled Daryl Arktrom’s website and am very satisfied with the results I’ve been getting with my dog lately

Zorija McLaughlin Says:

Aug 20, 2011 - he's a wonderful trainer, you can tell by the dog's behavior; but he's teaching how to train a semi-trained dog; with no POSITIVE reinforcement; do not use ANY of these tactics on a dog under 2y/o.

Brandon Williams Says:

Feb 21, 2011 - He really showed us the true meaning of choke collar. That dog was gagging when he stuck it in his mouth LOL thumbs up if you agree.

einfo1 Says:

Feb 8, 2011 - i think you should get a gerbile dogs are definatly not your thing

BenMcfuzzylugs Says:

Feb 8, 2011 - @mjolnirv17777777 Do you not see the increased stress in the dog when the 'pinch' collar is put on her, the increased lip licking, lowered head position, panting. You may think they are better but of all the collars there she hates that one the most

ricchardo Says:

Dec 5, 2010 - What he said about the choke Collar IS true. It does tighten around the dogs neck when the Dog pulls BUT that's only half the story. The reason a Choke Collar is so good is because when the Dog stops pulling it releases automatically.

Sandra Misaras Says:

Nov 22, 2010 - @countryissickashell the worst. It is neither a proper corrective or a positive reinforcement.

Sandra Misaras Says:

Nov 22, 2010 - I have trained dogs for 30 years. Using corrective training by William Koehler, and now use positive reinforcement methods used my most crediable trainers. I also compete in field trials with a German Shorthair Pointers and place consistantly. He isn't using corrective training properly, nor is it remotely positive. He isn't hurting the dog, but just setting up the dog to fail, and then popping it with a leash. Do enough leash popping, and you dimish the drive and talent of the hunting dog.

Otondon Says:

Sep 4, 2010 - Those people that feel this training is cruel or incorrect, and give no refferance as to what IS right, should keep their feelings to themselves. The dog is perfectly fine. Other videos with Heidi show how happy the dog is to be doing what it is trained for. Dogs also have differant dispositions. Some dogs require more or less methods of restraint. A hunting dog requires firm training. If the dog does not obey while hunting, it makes for a real bad hunting expearence.

Sandra Misaras Says:

Sep 4, 2010 - you have got to be kidding me. That is the worse example of training I have ever seen.