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Thread: Professional versatile gun dog trainers near the lower mainland?

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    Re: Professional versatile gun dog trainers near the lower mainland?

    Quote Originally Posted by local.604 View Post
    I know its an old post but any chance you found one? I have got a GSP pup I am trying to get ready for next season. It's my first hunting dog so would like to get some help getting him a solid foundation in pointing and retrieving.
    Dave has passed on.
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    Re: Professional versatile gun dog trainers near the lower mainland?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kudu View Post
    Jim at Foxtons - you want a gun dog - get him to train your gundog.
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    Re: Professional versatile gun dog trainers near the lower mainland?

    Quote Originally Posted by local.604 View Post
    I know its an old post but any chance you found one? I have got a GSP pup I am trying to get ready for next season. It's my first hunting dog so would like to get some help getting him a solid foundation in pointing and retrieving.
    Hi there. I have a 2yr old PP that I have been training myself here in Abbotsford with the help of some friends from the Prarie Vista NAVHDA Chapter in Alberta. Depending on Covid and as Spring rolls around, we could discuss some training together. Let me know if your interested.

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    Re: Professional versatile gun dog trainers near the lower mainland?

    Streamline in Chilliwack has been recommended to me by three different hunting buddies. He does mainly labs but did a really good job with my buddy’s Brittany a few years back. I’m planning to send my pup there in a couple of months once he’s got a bit more basic discipline. It gets busy in late summer with a lot of pre-season tune ups so plan accordingly.
    RESIDENT HUNTER

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    Re: Professional versatile gun dog trainers near the lower mainland?

    Please start a new thread when closer to the time. This one I'm going to close.
    Take a kid hunting its more rewarding than shooting an animal yourself!!

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