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dog training with pheasent wings
Last Post 09 Oct 2009 08:53 AM by BigRooster. 3 Replies.
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laabdogUser is Offline Pheasant Egg Pheasant Egg Send Private Message Posts:3 laabdog
26 Sep 2009 03:24 PM

    i have a old bag of wings from a pheasant trip i took and was wondering if it was a good idea just to give my lab and springer spaniel one just to chew on. i use them for feching and for running a trail in the yard for scent  but was just wondering about letting them tear one up thanks.

    BobUser is Offline Master Hunter Master Hunter Send Private Message Posts:550 Bob
    26 Sep 2009 06:30 PM
    No, definitely not. You are running a chance the dogs will stop in a retrieve and have a snack. I would not do that in a million years. I go as far as to not feed my dog cooked Pheasant table scraps. I just don't like the idea......Bob
    My Dog And I Are A Team. We Practice Every Day. I Always Trust Tony, He Knows More Than I do.
    BertUser is Offline Pheasant Chick Pheasant Chick Send Private Message Posts:51 Bert
    01 Oct 2009 01:36 PM
    I have to agree with Bob.

    I never mix and training tools with things that are considered play time items. If you let your dogs chew up one wing, them may decide that its ok to do this on every retreive.

    NRA Life Member, NRA Cert. Personal Protection Pistol Instructor, NRA Cert. RSO, Class III RSO/KCR
    BigRoosterUser is Offline Pheasant Egg Pheasant Egg Send Private Message Posts:24 BigRooster
    09 Oct 2009 08:53 AM

    Even having them chase a wing on a fly rod will teach them to hunt by sight and not scent.. something you don't want them to do.

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