Steadying up a dog…

I prefer hunting over pointers that are steady to wind and shot. This means the dog hold the point when the bird flushes, after the shot is fired, and until the hunter/trainer releases them. Training dogs to this level takes a lot of commitment. In this video you can see some of the training that goes into it, too.

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2 thoughts on “Steadying up a dog…

  1. Commitment is the foundation of steady.
    A few years back I never thought I would have a steadied dog. A lot of time, money, birds and commitment later I have 2 steadied gun dogs.

    Great videos. I always enjoy watching different dogs and training methods.

  2. Congrats. I’m sure the time & money is well worth it.

    Thanks for the comment.

    Good shooting!

    Gregg

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