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This video from Freelance Duck Looking is all about teaching looking pet dogs to duck hunt. In this video we talk about How significantly it costs to purchase a duck pet. How complicated is it to teach a duck dug for duck looking and significantly much more about Duck Looking and Doggy Schooling.

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23 comments

  1. I got a Golden Retriever as a birthday gift and had never hunted, but my brother in law found out and took us pheasant hunting. From there I was hooked on hunting. I took a course at the park service on training dogs. From there I bought Gun Dog and Water Dog bother are good books. Mt second Golden Retriever was free, my first past from cancer and my Mom’s neighbor had a Golden that was 6 months old. She was the best, but not for ducks, she did not know how to swim. By that time though, I was full on with pheasant hunting and any duck hunting I did was at my bosses private club and they would not allow us to bring our dogs. The huge plus with that girl was she loved pheasant hunting and would point. So she turned me on to pointing brings, which is why I turned to Setters. Since then I have had 1 Llew Setter and a Gordon. I can no longer hunt and my health is poor, so no dogs from now on. If I was a young chap like you, yes I get another dog, perhaps a Wirehair pointer. Ducks, pheasants and tracking is there game, so I think they would be a great dog to do all of those things.

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  2. I bought. A started dog this time for $3500 way out of my budget but I wanted my once in a life time dog and she is for sure it she is 9 month old. Already doing blinds at 200 yards multiple retrieves I am happy. I wanted to know what I was getting before I bought a dog. Done his his $300. Dog at 6 years hips bad hunting blood lines he still lives with use as part of the family got. Another dog as a pup $500 hunting blood both side wasn't worth$1.00 took him 20 minutes to make 15 yard retrieve decided he needed to move out of my house he went to a friend as a pet form here on out it's eithier started or finshed. Dog. Its not worth the fight I have a good friend and trainer in Hempstead Texas if your looking for that dog

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  3. Where did you purchase your dog

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  4. getting a dog has been awesome! used the same book to train my first lab and it's amazing how smart they are. Sure neither of us are perfect but it's fun learning…several hunters that shared advice also said I'd enjoy hunting in a different way and now I understand what they were getting at. Appreciate your comments about not getting one if you're not committed to the responsibility, I see that around and it's tough to watch + they are the ones running crazy out there in the marsh.

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  5. Since where on the topic of dogs I have a question for you guys. I have a young female pup that is currently being trained. My question is weather or not to get her fixed. And some of the pros and cons to fixing vs not fixing her. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. PS LOVE WATCHING FDH VIDEOS

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  6. Greatest thing I taught my dog, no joke, is her knowing "left and right". It's no more difficult than basic hand signals. Just instead of "over", give the command "left or right" respectfully. They pick up on it quickly. Then, if the dog is unable to see your signals, they still know which way to go. Left, right, back or here

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  7. Love my labs lol.

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  8. Around how old was izzy when you introduced her to a gun shot

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  9. I got my first hunting dog last year. There is nothing like it! He is still learning but getting better every day! Great vid.

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  10. Do you have any tips on how to make your dog steady and watch for ducks?

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  11. Great video once again with lots of good information! I spent $1000 on Wrigley and she did a great job for me through her first season as you saw in a couple of my videos. That being said, up to this point, the best dog I've had the pleasure to hunt with was my buddy's $300 lab. Her drive and nose that she developed were unlike any other dog I've seen to this point. Goldmines can definitely be found in the $300-$500 range. I hope that Wrigley can one day become a similar dog. Good luck and God bless this season!

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  12. I've never had a dog but would really like one! My dad is allergic

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  13. When will the first teal hunt video of the year happen? Can't wait for this duck session this year here in Michigan.

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  14. I have a Boykin Spaniel and she's pretty good at retrieving and bring the bumpers back. Only problem is that she is insanely gun shy, to the point where I clap and she goes running to my fiance for protection, so she kind of turned into a house dog which is fine because obviously we are still going to love her! Planning on picking up another pup soon though and hopefully he wont be gun shy!

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  15. I got my lab, Buck, from a humane society and got him for $160. It was quite a steal because I think as a pup he was an $800 dog. One tip I would recommend for newer duck hunters wanting a dog is to check the humane societies or go to your local hunt clubs. Often there will be a dog training nut that will give you the name and number a a reputable breeder.

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  16. Great vid. Hunting dogs are the best. Can't wait to see your upcoming season vids. Another helpful place to learn how to train is looking up Freddy King on youtube. He has a great series to teach retrievers that I had used for training my dog. I also used Waterdog tape. Very helpful

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  17. Great video and very informative. I may try to train. me a dog. I've just always thought it was really hard. but I mite give it a go!

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  18. Nutrition is a huge part of a dogs quality of life, and how they look, perform, and age. Feeding a food not suited for performance level dogs is going to cause issues in health, behavior, etc. If you want a performance dog, avoid foods with fillers like corn (not digestible), food coloring is never recomended, and pay attention to the protein levels and sources. A 30/20 is the norm for permanence dogs. Doesn't have to be grain free, but it is a better option if you can afford it. A 24/16 Protein/Fat is a good level for a working – hunting dog. Learn to read dog food labels, and know what to avoid. Table food is bad for dogs, and causes bad habits / manners in the house.

    Izzy looks good. What food does she get?

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  19. Water Dog is great but slightly dated, I recommend Cornerstone Gundog Academy although water dog is a great book for beginners. It's what I went off of with my first lab for $20.

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  20. What is ur opinion on male dogs vs female dogs for hunting?

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  21. i used to live in Colorado but moved back to ca where iam from originally. We dont have to worry about ice or frozen fast rivers here. Do u keep that in mind if u think its unsafe for ur dog to go in?

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  22. Good video. I can't wait to get my dog out on some birds this year! I've started working on the casting back the last couple of weeks. One thing I don't remember being in the water dog book is the "place" command which I added to counts training since I plan on him being on a marsh stand a lot. It's also nice to have the waterdog DVD to kind of tie into the book and get an idea of what some of the stuff looks like in action.

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  23. i love labs my family has owned labs mostly black labs early on the last two have been chocolate and awesome hunters.

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