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Re: Blind

Postby Rick » Wed Aug 17, 2016 6:47 am

Feed her in the blind.

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Re: Blind

Postby DukMan » Fri Aug 19, 2016 12:28 pm

Did you crate train her? If you did and/or still do replace your wire crate in the house with your field blind... so they will become one in the same I'm working on that right now. Feeding in there is also a great tip you want to make that her happy place.
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Re: Blind

Postby aunt betty » Fri Aug 19, 2016 1:29 pm

The way I do it is to start out when the dog is a puppy and take it pretty much everywhere. Real quickly the pup gets used to what "get in the boat" means and that "hup" means jump up into the truck etc. It's way easier to do when they're young, eager, and haven't gotten any weird fears yet. Same with blinds and pits. Try taking a 4-year-old dog into a pit for the first time ever and there might be some issues. (there will)
I've heard that it's incredibly stupid to fuck around with a crazy man's head.
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