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Below are photos from Tim Clark's versatile dog training seminar that was held on June 19 and June 20, 2010.
This event was hosted by the Hickory Run NAVHDA chapter, Pennsylvania.  It was a 'hands-on' seminar in which you were able to bring your dog and have Tim, a pro-handler and judge, work with you and your dog.  If you ever get the opportunity to sign up for one of Tim's seminars you will not want to miss it!  The fee was very reasonable and this particular chapter provided breakfast and lunch.  Everyone that attended had a wonderful time, learned about training a versatile pointing dog from Natural Ability dogs to Utility Dogs.  As Tim would say: "Crawl, Walk, Run"
Pictured above is Tim demonstrating the 'whoa table".
Some of the participants. Above is Mark with a Keystone Gun Dog pup. (Dakota)
The gallery. Hands on training in the field.


Below are photos demonstrating the whoa table.

Then we moved into the field.

Above the dogs were being taught to back or honor the first dogs point.


Next Tim taught us all about teaching a dog to search ducks on this pond site.

Above, duck getting released onto the pond.

Above, my Lil' Tiva was even keeping up with the pros!



Above, Weimeraner searching for the duck.
Young dog going for the retrieve.

Tiva chillin after a long day.

Thanks again Tim for a great day!  Met great people, had a lot of fun and learned a lot on dog training.  Crawl, walk, run!