Training CD or tape.

Discussion in 'Sporting Dog Training' started by Trainer, Jun 5, 2005.

  1. Trainer

    Trainer New Member

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    <P style="MARGIN: 0px">I will start taping a training tape/CD this week.&nbsp; I would appreciate some input on how many would actually be interested in purchasing one.&nbsp; This is not any type of committment, but part of my marketing analysis for your state.&nbsp; Since we have 493 members, this site is a good source for a statewide poll.&nbsp; Here is some info. on the project:</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">&nbsp;</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">Completely unedited.&nbsp;Any mistakes in grammer, an occassional studder or&nbsp;any everyday laughing matter of fact situations will not be cut. &nbsp;The only thing changed or cut will be subject matter or scenes I feel will not benefit the will be trainer or handler.</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">Training will be actual situations, not canned scenes that shows success only.&nbsp; It will show what to do when the standard or given method does not produce the expected or successful result.&nbsp; To do this, I will show training a certain command or action using puppies, one to two year old dogs and then the older dog.&nbsp; All three learning the same thing, but with a different personality and maturity level.&nbsp; </P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">Picking a pup to the finished product out of a duck blind, shooting real mallards and delivery of those birds to hand.&nbsp; All mistakes by the dog and by the handler will be shown, along with how to correct them without any editing.&nbsp; </P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">This is strictly directed to the companion hunting dog that will be used for waterfowl and upland hunting, although hunt test success can be obtained.&nbsp; I am in no way attempting to assist the field trial prospect with this project.&nbsp; This does not mean the dog would not qualify for such competition, but the main objective is to get your hunting dog in the duck blind ASAP.&nbsp; IF he/she is correctly broke in&nbsp;with a gun, handles real birds, sits, stays and retireves on command and is at least five months of age, then no time should be wasted by NOT taking the little one in the duck blind.&nbsp; If it is an older dog, the same objective is the same.&nbsp; Get them in the blind ASAP.&nbsp; That does not apply to the competition dog but definitely should be a priority of the companion hunting dog.&nbsp; They do not live long enough to be left home until they reach perfection, whatever that is??&nbsp; </P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">&nbsp;</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">Please just give me a yes or no answer to whether you would be interested in seeing such a resource being offered.&nbsp; The cost for such a CD/Tape would be around $20.&nbsp; It may have to be a 2 CD pack.&nbsp; Thank you for your time.&nbsp; God Bless........Jim</P>
     
  2. 1fowlhunter

    1fowlhunter New Member

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    <P>&nbsp;&nbsp; yes</P>
     

  3. Trainer

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    <P>You are right about the market being flooded with training tapes &amp; CD's.&nbsp; This will be completely different.&nbsp; No canned situations or same techniques for all dogs.&nbsp; Different personalities &amp; ages calling for different techniques and solutions for the same problems or training situation to assist the everyday companion hunting dog owner.&nbsp; Not the train by the book, this is the only way it can be done scenario.&nbsp; You may even be able to see me laugh, cry and talk to myself.&nbsp; Tell me that don't happen!!!&nbsp;&nbsp; Jim<IMG src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/bawl.gif" align=absMiddle border=0><IMG src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/mad.gif" align=absMiddle border=0><IMG src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/rofl.gif" align=absMiddle border=0></P>
     
  4. PerfectStorm

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    <P style="MARGIN: 0px">Sounds like an interesting concept.</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">&nbsp;</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">YES</P>
     
  5. kdogg

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    <P>yes I see where you are coming from and think it would add a useful dimension for a person who doesn't have the opportunity to work with a large number of dogs.&nbsp; I think when you only train one or two dogs it is probably easier to over analyze a problem that may have an easy solution.&nbsp; Good Luck<IMG src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/wink.gif" align=absMiddle border=0><IMG src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/thumb.gif" align=absMiddle border=0></P>
     
  6. Runningdog

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    <P>Sounds great YES!!!</P>
     
  7. Mightyduck

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    Count me in <img src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/thumb.gif" align="middle" border="0"><br>