Bird Dog Training
Training your bird dog will take devotion and a steadfast determination in order to get the dog at its maximum potential. Like any other training you will do in life, say educational training like getting a degree from accredited online colleges for instance, you will have your ups and downs, but sticking to it and taking the time everyday to practice the learned skills will help you and your dog to become a great team. If you will devote some time every day to working with your pup on three basic commands, "whoa", "come" and "heel" and work toward getting to the point where the dog will unfailingly obey those three commands no matter where he is or what he is doing, you will have a fine bird dog. "Whoa" is by far the most important of the commands. It simply means, "stop, DO NOT move until I release you". The dog must obey this command when it is given no matter how far away he is from you or what he is doing. It is useful in the yard, it is essential when the dogs are working birds and it can even save the dog's life in traffic.