Category Archives: Started Gun Dogs

Communicating with your dog with out talking

Here is a great little clip of Ella quartering the field on lead. You don’t see it if your not looking but I’m communicating to her the whole way down the field by using our training collar and lead. Teaching them to hunt with you instead of you hunting them makes hunting in the field so much more enjoyable.

Number one mistake people make when training there dog they talk to much!!!!

Silent commands

Exposure training for your gun dog

Here we are taking our young German Shorthairs with us out to see the horses and to change the water!

I often get dogs in for training that just don’t get out much. When we talk to our clients about exposure training they often don’t understand the concept. Try and take your dog with you as many places as possible. This way not much new bothers them and we when we start to get to serious training the dog feels comfortable in any scenario that we put them in.

Follow Best Gun Dogs on Sportsman’s News

Hey all just wanted to let you to know we will be writing an article for the Sportsman’s News on a quarterly basis. Check out the pro tips in the July Issue hot off the press at your local Sportsman’s Warehouse! keep an eye out for some great information and some helpful tips!! Remember we started our business as a full time training facility and we still are today first and foremost we love to help build up bird dogs!SN Pic 1

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Started Male German Shorthair


Chet is read to go hunting this fall. He has basic obedience training, gun training, bird training, e-collar conditioned. He is ready to go to the field and start helping you find birds. Chet is a great companion dog as well he enjoys being around with you. He will make a great house dog with a little training. He has a relaxed temperament around the home and a got get em attitude in the field. He will be a great all around dog! ChetPointingFarOut ChetRetrieve