These training scents from Remington® come in a 4 ounce bottle. Concentrated formulas are effective for training all dogs. These training scents have many uses but are most commonly used to train young dogs or pups before graduating them to live pen-raised birds or live wild game in the field. Set up hunting scenarios in an environment you control and work your dog towards the desired behavior.
If it smells like a duck it must be a duck
The dogs go nuts for this. My trainees are able to lock on the trail and track as if they were tracking a live bird.
July 27, 2012
Not really sure yet
My brittney my be too young yet She was not to interested she is only 3 1/2 mo. old will try when she gets to be 4 to 5 mo. old
June 12, 2012
I put this into my redhead bumpers and it has been a good addition for training. I let my pup smell the bumpers, and then tossed 20 yards into some long grass. She ran right in and hunted it up. I was pretty impressed because she'd never had to sniff out a retrieve before. The only thing that would be nice is if it came with some way of injecting the scent inside of bumpers and deadfowl. Luckily I have an in at the local doctors office, and got a syringe and needle to do the job.
July 29, 2011
Training a chocolate lab. Have one grouse scent and one pheasant. Put on separate dummies and have been working with here for a month know she is 5 months. We were walking in a field and she did an about face and jumped in a bush and a grouse came shooting out. Works for me.
July 11, 2011
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