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My spaniel is reluctant to leave my side.
My young lab is such a challenge to train.
My gundog is very inconsistent in training.
Has my training caused the problem?
My 18th-month-old spaniel has had a great first shooting season.
My spaniel is making good progress with obedience training.
My spaniel is more energetic than I can handle.
As a gun dog she's a poor at this skill.
I've noticed a few problems developing on with blind retrieves.
I own a spaniel and want to get involved with field trials and working tests.
My young spaniel currently reacts badly to it.
I'm worried that one day he'll go and not come back.
He's got a fantastic pedigree but isn't a good retriever.
Im struggling to maintain control over my hard-working gundog.
My spaniel has started to turn on other dogs on shoot day.
Can I clean my gun dog’s mouth of feathers after it has delivered a bird in a field trial?
I keep getting conflicting advice about where to start.
Im in two minds about sending my 13-month-old labrador to a professional trainer.
I've noticed that my young gundog is finding it difficult to balance game he was retrieving especially when the birds were still alive.
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.