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Hunting Dog Training by Oliver Blythebanks - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 03:00:11 EST ID:xqi2ykdO No.33535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have a friend who has dog that is part feist. Feists are hunting dogs and you can tell his instincts are that of a hunting dog. He often kills squirrels and rabbits without any training.

I've never trained a dog but I have trained cockatiels so classical conditioning is not completely new to me. I'd like to train him to be a be the best hunter he can be. Does anyone know of a good resource for learning how to train a hunting dog? I'd prefer a book, particularly one I could pirate. The best I have found is a book for retriever training but this dog is more suited to catching prey not finding it after it has been shot.

Pic related. He's awesome.


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