perk wrote:Everybody to their own, but in the world of things to ruin my day hunting, helping a dog jump is low on the list,
I know better than to get in a theological debate with you Perk because you wonât quit until you have won.
If you are picturing me always driving down the road to get a dog to load , you have missed my point completely. That would only be because I have got somebody elseâs dog they raised. I have Never had to do that with a dog I raised from a pup.
I am trying to help this man solve a problem that he feels he has. I agree with him. He has a problem. But here is how you can fix it. (The above posts)
If you start from a pup and teach it obedience you wonât have to waste any time or energy out on the hunt. Itâs fun and automatic. No thought, no stress, just fun.
To you itâs not a problem. To him and to me it is.
(I edited the previous post before I knew you had posted. It kind of applies maybe, but it was not in response to this last post of yours)