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sxsneubaum

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sxsneubaum
10 hours ago, dauber said:

I recognize it as the “pack-drive” switch with dog a bit too much into “pack”. 

 

 

Dauber, that is an excellent description of Luna, she certainly feels more comfortable in the "pack". 

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Hal Standish
20 hours ago, dauber said:

 

Interesting topic SxS.  This is something that has appeared in most of my Cockers  to some degree after steadying.  I recognize it as the “pack-drive” switch with dog a bit too much into “pack”. 

I don’t worry too much about it other than to do more “drive” drills. I do the dead bird/clip find things. I do the tossed live fliers and shoot them, then I will have them sit then roll in a flier let them flush then shoot bird.  

I tell you the quail hunting the last few weeks had really honed my packs marking. They all struggled the first few days then learned they had to really focus on the small bird. 

Good luck, I’m confident this will pass as she gains confidence and gets more into “drive”. 

 

 

Excellent! Dauber. Pack-Drive conflicts would make an excellent thread. what with transitions from one to the other.

 

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