Rick Hall wrote:I've seen more than a couple thought-to-be gun conditioned pups run for the truck the first time they heard a hunting type volley, rather than what they were accustomed to in training.
Tr1ggerHappy wrote:I trained multiple scenarios never with more then 2 guys...I guess it's a lack of my fault I just wanted to know if anyone had any ideas of how they did it. Also if anyone had a similar problem.
Tr1ggerHappy wrote: I have shot with him numerous times before outside while he was directly on my side and he would never move. Now all of a sudden he gets scared while inside the blind. He would not bring the ducks to hand because he didnt want to come inside the blind he has been in multiple times before. Any information would really help
mauserfan wrote:Kwaksmacker nailed it. Shoot singles for the pup with a SINGLE gun and hopefully a single shot. I would handle my young dogs and let my partner shoot. This way you can watch the dog's actions and positively support them. My best dog never did like much gunfire so I had to be conscious of that fact. You should to be aware that you need to hunt for the dog to make their outcome a success. Hope this helps....mauser
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