Once again, Al and I break down some training myths and what to expect when you enter the second year with your pup/teenage dog. plus we finish up with some favorite hunting and training stories
This episode is one that makes me think a bit more about my dogs. Forever and a day, I assumed my dogs were just ready to run, no mater how much I did, or didn't do. Now there is a program that caters to our dogs. And helps us to realize that our dogs might just need a little more work to hunt all day!!!
Lee lee Milner Was raised to train dogs. Her earliest memories are of growing up at her dads kennel. Even after pursuing a different path for a few years in NY. She couldn't help but return to her roots of training dogs. And now she has started Girls with Gun Dogs.
Her mission is to get more women into the hunting world through training dogs. It's a great idea and one that work for me. Having three daughters who loved the dogs, made for a natural transition into the hunting world. https://girlswithgundogs.com/
Interesting conversation with Joe Scott from Alpha Dog Nutrition. I'm old school when it comes to feeding dogs. I might have to rethink my ways. Taking care of our dogs (that we know work harder than we do) is so important. And if we can help them preform and recover better??? Lets try it!!!
Brad's Mossy Pond Retrievers and hunt club. Talk about an overachiever !!!! Brads dream to build a successful training facility, wasn't just luck. Long days and hard work, A great first dog that made Brad look better in the dove field than Brads shooting ability, and a real love of training dogs. We talk about quitting a good job. His first paying customer. A future Father-in-law that deeded property to him for his first kennel. And always putting the customer first (even if it means missing a hunting season)