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Anybody in the south metro looking to get together and train? i have a few fields to train on, a swimby pond, and some other miscellaneous ponds.

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Too bad your on the south side...I would love to get out and train!!

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311Hemi, I'm to am on the north side and would love to get out. Anyone else up north interested in getting together for some training?

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Where abouts in the south metro are you?

Thanks

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Where abouts in the south metro are you?

Thanks

i'm in hastings

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I am in Inver Grove. I would, dont know much but the dog does...

fishnbuddy

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I might be interested in doing that. My springer is 2yrs old but has never done any water work. I'm in the SW corner or the metro, but Hastings is not that far for a few hours of being out.

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I am in Inver Grove. I would, dont know much but the dog does...

fishnbuddy

how old is your dog, where are you at with training with it?

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I might be interested in doing that. My springer is 2yrs old but has never done any water work. I'm in the SW corner or the metro, but Hastings is not that far for a few hours of being out.

what type of water work are you looking to do? are you following a training program, or just kind of "shooting from the hip"?

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My dog does great work in the field for pheasants. I like waterfowl, but I've never tried it with my dog so working on water retrieves and working in dekes would be something I'd like to try. I had a trainer for the field stuff, but haven't looked into it for water training.

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If you have deaks start working your dog on land before moving to water.

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I would like to join a training group. I am in Newport

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Perch

Would you send me an email at fishnbuddy@comcast.net

thanks

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I have an almost 1 year old Brittany here in Belle Plaine. I would love to get together with someone for some training.

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