mostraligabue
» » Retriever Training for the Duck Hunter

ePub Retriever Training for the Duck Hunter download

by Robert Milner

ePub Retriever Training for the Duck Hunter download
Author:
Robert Milner
ISBN13:
978-0935935004
ISBN:
0935935002
Language:
Publisher:
Junction Press (1985)
Category:
Subcategory:
Safety & First Aid
ePub file:
1127 kb
Fb2 file:
1408 kb
Other formats:
mbr doc lrf mbr
Rating:
4.7
Votes:
958

Milner's book is much more than a comprehensive method for the training of retrievers it focuses on that special relationship that develops between a hunter and .

Milner's book is much more than a comprehensive method for the training of retrievers it focuses on that special relationship that develops between a hunter and his do. Get A Copy. Jun 01, 2012 Michael Springer rated it really liked it. Trained 2 dogs with this book.

The result is an approach that is as effective as it is easy

The result is an approach that is as effective as it is easy. For the hunter who wants a calm, steady, and obedient retriever, there's no better training method. I recently started training a puppy, my first in a dozen years, and, first thing, I went back and re-read all the books that had proved helpful the last time around-Wolters, Tarrant, and Roebuck.

Robert Milner’s new dog training book, Absolutely Positively Gundog Training, has garnered another accolade from the writing community. Retriever Training for the Duck Hunter. On May 24, 2016, Bookvana. com announced the winners and finalists of THE 2016 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS (IBA). The post Absolutely Positively Gundog Training Garners Awards appeared first on Good Dog Chronicles. Books by Robert Milner.

Books & Magazines. Inscribed "Best Wishes" and signed by the author on title page ISBN: 0940143909 (Bird Dogs, Hunting Dogs, Training). Clothing & Shoes. Computers & Networking. Sales Tax: North Carolina: . 5%. Other Products from hartmannbooks (View All). Child, Julia, Bertholle, Louisette, and Beck, Simone. Mastering the Art of French Cooking.

Milner's goal is to empower the duck hunter to train his retriever into an excellent gundog and conservator of game. Robert Milner founded Wildrose Kennels and remained owner operator until 1995 when he sold Wildrose Kennels

Milner's goal is to empower the duck hunter to train his retriever into an excellent gundog and conservator of game. Robert Milner founded Wildrose Kennels and remained owner operator until 1995 when he sold Wildrose Kennels. He pioneered gentle retriever training and the breeding of dogs to fit that gentle training process. Milner first began importing British Labradors and breeding them in the early 1980's for their wonderful qualities of calm demeanor, great hunting initiative, and ease of training.

5 Key Points for Training Your Retriever. Robert Milner explains training fundamentals. The most common deficiency in the average hunter's gundog training program is a lack of emphasis on obedience and steadiness.

While a good reference for understanding basic canine pack behaviors and I recommend it for this alone- it's not a step by step approach to training a finished retriever like his previous book "Retriever Training For The Duck Hunter". The only thing I found helpful was the use of the "Non -Retrieve" in the steadying process. Наиболее популярные в Научная литература.

Milner: Retriever Training. Robert Milner has been training dogs professionally for more than 30 years. Training a Gun Dog is Easy. Five Key Points for Training Retrievers. Learn how to train retrievers for waterfowl and upland bird hunting. The Top Ten Practices That Interfere with Training. Pup as a Pack Animal. Learning to Speak "Dog".

There is no better training method for the hunter who wants a calm, steady, and obedient retriever

There is no better training method for the hunter who wants a calm, steady, and obedient retriever. Milner, who has been training retrievers professionally for more than thirty years, reverses the trend of difficult dogs and difficult training methods and offers a system every hunter can easily understand and follow. Format Paperback 208 pages.

Book by Milner, Robert
  • The book is very good for a beginner to use as a guide to retriever training. I wish it were more specific with drills and curing training problems. But generally it is well done and a great addition to my training library.

  • Love this book! Helped me get 2 finished retrievers.

  • Excellent and complete referrance by a real authority; a must for the amateur hunting dog trainer!

  • A good book for getting basic info about training your lab..It is easy reading and offers a good training tips. I do recommend this book.

  • I ordered a book for my son that had been out of print for many years. The book arrived in excellent condition. It came a few days after I ordered it. My son was impressed that such an old book could still be purchased and be in "like new" condition.

  • Robert Milner is an excellent trainer in my opinion and it comes through in this book wonderfully. Good book for a newby or someone brushing up.

  • Excellent book. Would recommend to anyone wanting to train their retriever.

  • I've had 4 hunting labs over the past 25 years, and this is the one book I usually recommend to first-time retriever owners who want to hunt their dog.

    The book is especially good from the first day you get your puppy up until about a year. He covers questions at the end of each chapter that are typical of new retriever owners: What if pup eats the bird?, what if pup runs away from me with a bumper, etc. Advanced topics like drills for blind retrieves (swimby, casting and lining drills,pattern blinds, etc.) or hunt tests(multiple marks, retired guns, holding blinds, etc) are not covered. The book cautions against using an electric collar. I agree. I've seen too many pups with great potential totally confused by a newbie incorrectly using the ecollar. For most newbies, it is too easy to press the button and confuse the dog...you can not teach with an ecollar, you can only re-enforce known commands with an ecollar.

    One aspect I do NOT like about this book is a recipe approach for each chapter. For example, Chapter 5 obedience..last page: Lesson 46: Repeat Lesson45, but back up 6 to 8 feet from the dummies. Lesson 47: Repeat Lesson46 backing up a few more feet but using the command back instead of fetch Lesson48:Repeat Lesson 47. It is better to ADVANCE BASED ON YOUR OWN DOG'S PROGRESS (every retriever is different) rather than an fixed schedule.

    Chapter1: Different Strokes for Different Pups
    Chapter2: Puppies
    Chapter3: Relating to your pup
    Chapter4:When to start training pup
    Chapter5: Obedience
    Chapter6: The Condition Retrieve (FORCE FETCHING)
    Chapter7: Steadying
    Chapter8:Duck Blinds and Hand Signals
    Chapter9: Water Training
    Chapter 10: Introduction to Hunting

    The book is only 1/4 inch thick in terms of pages so it is pricey from that perspective.