gsphunter wrote:Take your time doing this. If the dog is really fired up about eating, then do it while the dog is eating. If it's really fired up about retrieving, do it then. The main thing is not to have the dog focused on the shot when you fire it.
I would start with a 22 blank pistol or even a toy cap gun too. You don't want to screw this up, because fixing it is no fun. Been there, done that.
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