Seattle Family Dog Training

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Created by euro behind you one 11 service i track hunt test or trial training. We be marking the retriever different ways with a hunting frame of mind. We not always be sitting on a bucket or next to the retriever this must be trained on stand, off stand, on bank, on a tree stand etc. away from the hunters. Your dog must learn to be self sufficient and not need help with all retrieves, which means let the retriever alone to LEARN and leave that whistle your pocket. You MUST let the retriever HUNT. This is taught at early age to hunt and seek scent of birds and just anything on your walks the marsh and fields. You need to just let the pup be a pup to learn to use their nose. other words 't hamstring the pup with constant nagging with commands and whistle. Let them explore the marsh and woods with their nose. You follow them, not them follow you. Lets begin…With a very pup off leash I never use commands they obviously respond to. As you see this clip Pups First Bird I do not use commands like here hold or fetch it up. All these commands are meaningless to the pup and just not register. Keep everything simple at first. this clip pup the timber of a 4 month old I do not use commands but cue words he has learned. He has heard Here but he really does not know what it means yet. I bring him to me with the bird without commands. He is learning to come back Here already with this cue word and noise that make the actual command here easy to transfer. For more clips go to During the battle, misleading information and delays communication left Plumer and Field Marshal Haig under the impression that a substantial advance had taken place towards Passchendaele ridge. The attackers had managed to advance towards the village but most of the captured had been lost to counter-attacks during the afternoon. The attacks by the Fifth Army further north from Poelcappelle to the French First Army boundary to close on Houthoulst succeeded but at the end of 9 October the front line near Passchendaele hardly changed. Instead of advance of 1 yd to complete the capture of Passchendaele, the British attack on 12 October began 2–2 yd from the village. The real position of the front line was discovered by air reconnaissance but the information arrived too late to make more than minor changes to the plan. The main attack on 12 October was conducted by the two Anzac corps the Second Army against the 4th Army, with a supporting operation by the Fifth Army, between the northern boundary of the Second Army and the French First Army. The Germans retained control of the high on Passchendaele Ridge opposite the I and II Anzac corps, where the attack was repulsed or troops were forced by counter-attacks to retire from most captured as had happened on 9 October. Attacks the XVIII Corps sector from the right flank of the Fifth Army, north to Poelcappelle, were costly and gained little but the attack of XIV Corps from Poelcappelle to the French First Army boundary beyond the Ypres–Staden railway, reached the fringe of Houthoulst The British offensive was postponed until the weather improved and communications behind the front were restored. Two divisions intended for Italy were diverted to Flanders, to replace extraordinarily high losses. The battle had been a defensive success but was costly for both sides. The Second Army planned to attack with a succession of separate bodies of infantry, on narrower fronts, for about 800 yd to the first objective, 500 yd to the second objective and 300 yd to the final objective. Pauses on successive objective lines would become longer and attacks would be protected by a bigger, deeper multi-layered creeping barrage. Standing barrages beyond the objective lines were to be fired during pauses for consolidation, to obstruct counter-attacks into the captured area, which would be confronted by a series of defensive areas based on the British objective lines. The British infantry would be communication with its artillery and have much more local support from the Flying Corps Beyond the creeper, four heavy artillery counter-battery double groups, with and howitzers, covered a 7 yd front, ready to engage guns with gas and high-explosive shell. Strictly limited advances using these methods, at the Battle of the Menin Road Ridge Battle of Polygon Wood and Battle of Broodseinde had produced a 4 yd advance two weeks, inflicted casualties. The high command had made several changes against the refined British attacking methods, all of which had failed. the lower west of the Passchendaele Ridge, three months of constant shelling had blocked the watercourses that normally provided