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Anyone know of a GOOD reasonable dod trainers in Southwest Louisiana I would perfer one who dont use shock collars
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JD Babb with Bu-Yah retrievers out of Pride, La. He uses collars but is very reasonable with them. Finding a good trainer who doesn't use collars is going to be very difficult if not impossible.
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Just out of curiosity, why not E Collar? What type of training are you looking for? Obedience? Field Trials? Hunt Trails? Retrieving? Force Fetch? Hand Signaling? please be more specific as the help will be more tailored to your situation.
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Aint to many trainers out there that doesn't use e-collars to train dogs these days.........stdtkennels.com
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Goldsby Retrievers. Daniel has finished two dogs that I started and sold to guys in La. They were both very pleased with him. Not sure exactly where he is located in La but he has a website.
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E collars end up being more humane over the long haul, just an FYI
In serious need of a 12 step goose hunting program.
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Barry lyons in Pineville Louisiana. Really really good trainer! Very impressed with my dog he trained!!
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- Location: New Roads, La
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