Hello Duck Hunters and Dog Enthusiasts,
My name is Tera Lanczak, I am the owner of Bay Blue Kennels. My kennel is a year round training facility summering in MI/OH and wintering in Giddings, TX. I specialize in training young retrievers for hunting, hunt tests, and field trials. I began training dogs 12 years ago having produced retrievers competitive at a young age in the National Retriever Championship (NRC), National Amateur Retriever Championship (NARC), The Master National (MNH) and The Grand Hunting Retriever Championships(GHRCH). I have had several articles published on the subject of developing and training young competitive retrievers and am included in the team of The Retriever Field Trial News to write the National Retriever Championships BLOG twice a year. http://2013narcblog.theretrievernews.com/
Feel free to check out my retriever stats at http://www.baybluekennels.com/about/accolades/
as they speak for them-self.
As I browsed the duck hunting forum I noticed there were many questions about how to fix certain dog issues and questions on where to gain information to begin the training of your canine companion. I know I could be of service to you all offering my expertise to help anyone who needs it for any problem you maybe experiencing. Please feel free to contact me or check out my website where you will find my contact information http://www.baybluekennels.com
I enjoy sharing my knowledge even if it only helps one dog not be mistreated and trained to their fullest potential. I am open about our training programs and list specific program outlines on my website for your convenience. I also offer many training videos via my you tube channel which you can access from my website http://www.baybluekennels.com/video/training/
. Everyday I publish a dog training article, known as, "Tera's Training Tip Of The Day" on a BLOG. The BLOG offers tips, hunting stories, pertinent canine health news, and hazards updated daily. The blog also posts to facebook and my other websitehttp://www.forcefetch.com/blog/
Here is a samplehttp://www.forcefetch.com/blog/2013/10/teras-training-tip-of-the-day-44/
Looking forward to chatting with you.
Happy Hunting and Training!