I own a spaniel and want to get involved with field trials and working tests.
I'm a little confused as to what's best.
My young spaniel currently reacts badly to it.
He's got a fantastic pedigree but isn't a good retriever.
My spaniel has started to turn on other dogs on shoot day.
I'm worried my 10-year-old spaniel won't take to the new puppy I've just bought. What problems do you think I may encounter?
In the past I have fed tripe and meat mine with a plain biscuit mixer and had good results.
He is reluctant to release freshly shot birds and his grip gets tighter. Dummies are no problem. I've tried to be firm and gentle but it's not working.
Will my gundog change in temperament if used at stud and what should I charge?
My gundog is easily distracted and would drop a retrieve and chase if given the chance. What do you suggest to overcome this problem?
One of my three gundogs is very possessive and is so eager to please that when I throw a ball she will either steal it or stop the other two…
Because of my work commitments I have decided to send my 12-month-old gundog away for training. Do you think she will be mature enough to take out this next season…
I have been training a young spaniel myself and although it's my first I feel that I have done a good job installing all the basic sit, stay, walk at…
I have recently had to change my job and I have two 15-month-old cocker spaniels.
Our spaniel gets very excited when gun's start to shoot much to our and other's annoyance. Is there a solution?
At the beginning my gun dog was quiet and submissive and easy to control. We have had her now just over five months, and during the last two months she…
My son and I have purchased two trained gun dogs, ready to shoot over. However, since we have brought the dogs home we have both been unsure of which commands…