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where is the best spot for your pup to seat to mark birds from the boat.
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Do you have a deck in the front of your boat? My boat is set up with a deck in the front that the dog can sit on.
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Getcha one of those dog ramps with the platforms on them. This lets the dog know exactly where they are supposed to be and makes it easy for them to get in and out.
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Whatever is easiest for him/her to see and get in and out safely.
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LAredneck wrote:Whatever is easiest for him/her to see and get in and out safely.
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GSPhunter is right on. My dog can't wait to get on "her" platform. She knows its her spot during the hunt. We can't get it setup fast enough for her. She marks virtually every bird we shoot. Even the ones that drift over and behind the boat. I try to put some cover around her but leave her an open lane in front of her to get on and off the ramp. The ramp works well in deep water too and provides an excellent way for them to enter the boat. My dog has fairly bad hips and this really makes it easy on her.
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