George Hickox Training Pointing Dogs DVDs - Collection of Volumes I - IV

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George Hickox teaches the how to's of training  pointing dogs to dog owners through this easy-to-understand and logical program. George has been teaching his methods across North America for the past decade in his School of Dog Training for owners and their dogs. George Hickox has helped thousands of dog owners develop bragging rights hunting dogs, and this library of instructional videos will give you the tools you need to bring your dog to the next level of in-the-field performance. The DVD Collection includes the entire contents of Volumes I through IV. This is a training program for your pointing dog from puppyhood through to a polished finished dog. Approximately 110 minutes.
Volume I - Introduction to Birds and Guns. Covers the correct methods for developing the hunting and pointing instincts in your dog. A sound program for introducing a dog to the gun is shown in depth. Approximately 20 minutes.
Volume II - Electronic Collar Training and Basic Obedience. This volume covers the essentials of proper e-collar introduction. This is a comprehensive program for the basic yard commands of Kennel, Whoa, Here and Heel. Approximately 40 minutes.
Volume III - Holding Point and Hunting in Range. This volume instructs the viewer how to teach his dog to be staunch on point reliably. This program is for the foot hunter who seeks to develop a stylish bird dog that hunts in control. Approximately 20 minutes.
Volume IV - Advanced Training. This video covers teaching your dog to retrieve to hand, back, and be steady to wind and shot. Approximately 31 minutes.
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