Texas Training Grounds
We do some training on our property for novice dogs and beginner marking. It is very important to expose dogs to different set ups and properties to keep dogs fresh and continuing to learning. A dog that continually repeats the same set ups and marks may look impressive but is not learning new skills they are simply turned that into a routine. We understand that your hunting trips may take you to several destinations trying to watch that flock of geese land; we try to simulate this experience when training your dog. We strive to keep our dogs moving forward and reach their full potential on marking abilities. We rotate our training properties every training session so the dogs don't see the same set up twice. We mark our dogs 6 days a week, plus drill work on site, and the 7th day we all have some fun, rest, and relaxation.
Minnesota Training Grounds