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"Would recommend this read to anyone who trains dogs to hunt versatile or retriever."



By: Brandon Clark From NC

Hunts.


I am an avid waterfowler and well versed at training a retriever but I am extremely new at training a versatile gun dog. This publication/instruction book on training this type of hunting dog has proved to be very helpful. I have not used the training methods listed in the book yet as my new puppy won't be home till march 2016 but prereading this has given me a better understand of training my new addition. Would recommend this read to anyone who trains dogs to hunt versatile or retriever.

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 26834
Reviewed: 2016-01-29

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