Steadiness

Steadiness is very important for all gun dogs, both in heel work, being calm by the handlers side, and after the stop signals as well as after flushing (spaniel) and pointing (pointers, setters etc). To get the dog steady is a challenge, but with clever training and good rewards everything is possible. Here you’ll find all our blog posts about steadiness and self control training with our clicker trained dogs.

An excellent game finder

Tassla is becoming an increasingly more experienced hunting dog, and therefore I am able to take it more and more easy as a dog handler when we’re hunting. It has been exciting to see her development from an inexperienced and a little overwhelmed dog in hunting...

Our Goal: to Hunt Together!

A while ago I ended the course “From Dummies to Warm Game” which I have been attending for the instructor Jens Palmqvist at “Line Up Gundogs” during a whole year. Lena was there during the course as well, almost every time, as a babysitter and sometimes bringing...

And when the weather’s still bad …

It was such great fun having you all take part in the indoor training from the seven blog posts about "Things to train when the weather is bad", that we wanted to give you some kind of bonus. 🙂 Elsa and I have decided to give a 25% discount on all our online courses...

7 things to work on when the weather is bad! Day 7: Steadiness with distractions

We have come to the last challenge! It has been great to follow your training! https://youtu.be/vLL0i0jwzzE If you have a spaniel or a retriever, you probably can't devote too much time at working on the dog showing steadiness in the sit, and for quite some time. The...
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