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These videos feature Jon and Cindy Hann, owners and operators of one of the most successful pointing dog training facilities in the United States. They are trainers of numerous Champions competing in all breeds and disciplines of the field trial world: Amateur, Open, Walking, and Horseback. Jon and Cindy are also trainers of countless hunting companions from all over America.
"Tired of whoa posts and barrels? Tired of videos showing already trained dogs in "mock" training situations? Tired of videos that only show the select best dogs? In this video, we don't pick 'em, we just train 'em!" -- Jon Hann
"The Perfect Start" video teaches with in-depth explanation and live training examples of all key points of starting your bird dog. Understand how your dog learns, teach here, heel and whoa, and evaluate your dog's natural abilities. Understand why your dog does the things he does and how this affects training. Use the introduction to birds, backing and guns. Learn how to enhance natural pointing instincts, and encourage the natural retrieving abilities in your dog. This video also shows the proper use of the electronic collar.
"The Perfect Start" - 2 DVDs - 158 minutes including:
Opening to the Perfect Start
Head Tucking Birds
First Time Out
Introduction to Birds
Using Bird Releasers
Electronic Collar Introduction
The Here Command
The Here Command and the Electronic Collar
Whoa and the Electronic Collar
"The Perfect Finish" expands the basics you learned in "The Perfect Start" in an easy to understand and implement video. It is a common sense approach which works with soft dogs, tough dogs, and all those in between. It shows you how to implement the e-collar, and demonstrates, in detail, Jon and Cindy's humane training and finishing methods. We do not recommend using the "The Perfect Finish" without first completing The Perfect Start."
"The Perfect Finish" - 3 DVDs - 377 minutes including:
Whoa in the Field
Whoa with Birds
Whoa and the Bird Release
Steady to Wing? or Wing and Shot?
Adding the Blank Gun
Steady to Shot and the Falling Bird
Shooting the First Bird
Stop to Flush
Backing with Another Dog
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