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    Your dogs are trained so well, congrats on the successful hunt, looks like you had a blast!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outdoorsman65x View Post
    Your dogs are trained so well, congrats on the successful hunt, looks like you had a blast!!

    Thanks, but good breeding has a lot to do with what you see
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by SetterNut View Post
    Thanks, but good breeding has a lot to do with what you see
    This is my girl on the left (the Akita)



    She's amazing, really friendly and has a high prey drive.

    Akitas are bred to hunt but the breed is notoriously stubborn though, she won't listen if she's on the trail.

    My last option is maybe trying an e-collar

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    She is a good looking dog.

    With Setters the pointing is natural not really trained. So it is much easier.
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by SetterNut View Post
    She is a good looking dog.

    With Setters the pointing is natural not really trained. So it is much easier.
    Well, if I get a second dog I know which breed I'll be going with

    I always wanted to have a good hunting dog.

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    Love to see Indy on a point. Makes the trip worthwhile.

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    Awesome dogs and video. I really want to get some good quail hunting in next year. Any general suggestions as to where to go would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks and Merry Christmas to all.

    Steve,
    Rockford, Illinois

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