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Ripp
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Re: NEW German Wirehair... [Re: NitroX]
      #335099 - 03/12/19 04:16 PM

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Nice to have the retrieving instincts, surfacing.






From one of lancaster's posts.




Poor dog
..doesnt know if he is coming or going..

He should know better... never know where that thing has been..



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Re: NEW German Wirehair... [Re: Ripp]
      #335140 - 04/12/19 03:05 PM

What's the string and cork for?

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Ripp
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Re: NEW German Wirehair... [Re: NitroX]
      #335149 - 04/12/19 10:39 PM

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What's the string and cork for?




Thankfully I have no idea..

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Re: NEW German Wirehair... [Re: Daryl_S]
      #335155 - 05/12/19 12:25 AM

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Nice to have the retrieving instincts, surfacing.




The more I work with her the more impressive she has become... she certainly is showing good signs and potential of being a very good hunting companion..

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Re: NEW German Wirehair... [Re: Ripp]
      #335214 - 08/12/19 03:16 AM

I wish I could find a good trainer to assist in better dog skills if I get a new puppy.

I can do the basics. Some of the advanced dog training skills I need to learn as well. All that takes practice and experience. Often a good trainer can teach a dog owner simple techniques very quickly, which might take a long time to learn for a training newbie.

Good work Ripp.

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