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#3294368 - 02/16/22 10:15 PM Re: E collar question [Re: docjon2013]
SHampton Offline
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Registered: 04/28/11
Posts: 1778
Loc: BAOklahoma
Hereís what I do. Not saying thereís not a better way but this works for me. I donít take a dog until itís at least 8 months old. I donít do anything with them but let them be a puppy. I have found no simulated activity that has benefited the process in any way so mine see their first coyote on stand. As far as when to go I like them to go when they see one. When you think itís time to bring the dog back tone him. After a couple you probably wonít have to tone them very many times after that. If youíre concerned about your dog getting hurt you probably wonít make a good dog. You have to let them work and occasionally they get banged up but that just comes with the territory. So the bottom line is pour coyotes on them. They either will or they wonít.

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#3294407 - 02/17/22 11:38 AM Re: E collar question [Re: SHampton]
docjon2013 Offline
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Registered: 08/19/13
Posts: 336
Loc: OK
Originally Posted By: SHampton
Hereís what I do. Not saying thereís not a better way but this works for me. I donít take a dog until itís at least 8 months old. I donít do anything with them but let them be a puppy. I have found no simulated activity that has benefited the process in any way so mine see their first coyote on stand. As far as when to go I like them to go when they see one. When you think itís time to bring the dog back tone him. After a couple you probably wonít have to tone them very many times after that. If youíre concerned about your dog getting hurt you probably wonít make a good dog. You have to let them work and occasionally they get banged up but that just comes with the territory. So the bottom line is pour coyotes on them. They either will or they wonít.


Thanks Scott, I appreciate it. Scout will be 8 months in July. I don't mind them getting rolled up and hurt because I know it will happen and I'm good with that. So do you have a command for them to go after the coyotes when the show up or do the dogs just go on their own? Do you keep your dogs outside and pinned up all the time?

Thanks

Jon
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#3294409 - 02/17/22 11:49 AM Re: E collar question [Re: docjon2013]
SHampton Offline
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Registered: 04/28/11
Posts: 1778
Loc: BAOklahoma
If I have something coming in and they donít see it I will beep the collar once and kind of adjust my position toward the coyote. Every single dog I have had looks every direction except where they need to when I smooth or make any type of ďgoĒ sound. Itís hard not to do but Iíve found it to be detrimental. I beep the collar just to get them to throw their head up.

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