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    Nikki is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultHelp Needed

    Long story, short, I recent watched a Retriever Trial. Needless to say, I am hooked. There is sooo much I need to learn, to say the least. My question is, where do I start? Can someone recommend some good resources?

    Thanks!

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    Belles mom is offline Senior Member
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    Where are you from?

    I would suggest joining a Hunting Retriever club and going from there. There are a lot of knowledgeable people in the clubs that are more than willing to get a newbie addicted!

    There are also on-line message boards that are interesting to go and read,

    Try The 'Fuge and scroll down to the Gun Dogs board

    http://refugeforums.com/refuge/index.php?

    Good luck and see ya around the message boards!


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    Join your local Hunt Test/Field Trial club! You can find them by searching the AKC and Hunting Retriever Club websites.

    There are plenty of things for you to read collected here:

    http://www.carmodybuilders.com/retri...ng%20info.html

    Also, start with a sequential training program like Mike Lardy's at www.totalretriever.com or Evan Graham's "Smartworks" program.

    Good luck!

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    I got to go to part of an Evan Grahm seminar and I think that he has a pretty good system and would recomend it. Of course I am pretty new at this stuff but his work did seem to make sense to me and the pros I train with while not using his system are doing the same things.

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