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    NGO dogs for deer 13th June Englefield,Theale

    The NGO are running there dogs for deer intro course at Englefield Park,Theale

    i know now one SD member who is attending

    are there any other members booked in?

    Tony

    UKDTR
    Deer track and recovery
    Free of charge and confidential service

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    What sort of level should the dog be at? (and the owner for that matter!)

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    Is it being run by NGO and the est keepers Or NGO and the resident stalker ?
    Regards
    norma

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    It's being run in the main by me and some of the other UKDTR members plus Dave the head keeper will be there to help out with the running of the day.

    the course is aimed out those just starting out with there dog or pup, we welcome people to bring there dogs/pups as there will be trails put down for them to try and train on, bringing a dog is not essential as the course is about training you to train your dog.

    anybody who wont's more info can ring me on the number on the web site contacts page.

    Tony

    UKDTR
    Deer track and recovery
    Free of charge and confidential service

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookingfat View Post
    It's being run in the main by me and some of the other UKDTR members plus Dave the head keeper will be there to help out with the running of the day.
    Thanks cookingfat that's good
    cheers Norma

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    Just to give a flavour of the day,

    Introduction day:
    This day will cover:
    ⦁ Shot site (strike) scenario and why shot site inspection is so important to tracking
    ⦁ Breeds of dog and choosing a puppy
    ⦁ Training equipment
    ⦁ Principles of scent
    ⦁ Starting training, classroom and practical sessions on how to get started and maintain progress.
    These days are ideal for those who are starting out in tracking or want to train a new dog the right way for tracking purposes. Even if you have used dogs for tracking in the past but have not given them structured training, or had a chance to discuss training techniques with experienced handlers, you will find this day useful. Dogs are welcome and will usually get an opportunity to do a short track.
    check out our website for more info
    UKDTR UK Deer Track and Recovery

    ATB

    Tony

    UKDTR
    Deer track and recovery
    Free of charge and confidential service

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