To be trained as a Companion :
” Brady “
Sire :HRCH Duckdawgs’s Loaded Again N Mayberry
Dam: SRR’s No Rest for the Wicked SH
Dam and Sire Information
EIC,CNM, DM,HNPK,PRA-PRCD,PRCD,DRD1,OSD1 and SD2: Unaffected
Home Date : October 21st at 1pm
What is your dog eating, How Much, and When?
Under a year old: Nutri Source Large Breed Puppy
Over a year old: Nutri Source Adult Chicken and Rice
* Available at Tractor Supply ( online), Chewy and Amazon.
Your dog is eating 3 cups a day, in the morning. This amount will probably change throughout your dog's lifetime. You may need to feed more or less as your dog gets older.
Est. Crate and Collar Size?
Medium to Large Ruff Land Crate ( Please see our Recommendations page )
17 inch ID collar and a 20-22 inch training collar
Your Dog's Favorite's Are:
Regular Treats: Pupperoni, Zukes Training Treats, Biscuits
High Value Treats : Chicken , bacon and cheese
Favorite Toys: Tennis Balls, Kongs, Elk and Deer Antler Chews
Preferred Petting: Ears, Belly and Back
Recommended Reading Materials:
The Koehler Method of Dog Training ~ By Koehler
Retriever Training for the Duck Hunter ~ By Robert Milner
Retriever Hunt Test ~ By James Spencer
Training Retrievers to Handle ~ By D.L and Ann Walters
Training Retrievers: The Cotten Pershall Method~ By Bobby N. George Jr.
The New Knowledge of Dog Behavior ~ By Clarence Pfaffenberger
Genetics and the Social Behavior of the Dog ~ By John Paul Scott and John L Fuller
The Dog's Mind ~ By Bruce Fogle
Retriever Training Guru Style~ By Keith Mathews ( DVD) Animals In Translation~ Temple Grandin What It's Like To Be a Dog and Other Adventures in Animal Neuroscience - Gregory Berns
Information for Weekend or Overnight Visits:
Our address for your GPS is: 8282 Crane Road, Cranesville Pa 16410
Pick up times are firmly M-F 1-3pm and Sat 9am-12pm by appointment only. Please plan accordingly.
Nearby dog friendly places to stay
Flea, Tick, Heart Worm Prevention and Vaccination Information :
Prevention care is given on the first of each month.
We primarily use Revolution, Frontline, Sentinel, Seresto Collars, and Heartguard.
Please check with your veterinarian for recommended products for your area.
October 15,2022: Field trips and more field trips. We are going to Edinboro, Mckean and Albion weekly
October 5,2022: Field trips, car rides ( in crate), working on obedience lessons in pet friendly stores
September 15, 2022: Working on obedeince and field trips to Edinboro Lake and fall festivals
September 4,2022 : Working on obedience lessons at the Edinboro University, down town Edinboro , staying at staff members homes.
August 26, 2022: Field Trips into town, obedience lessons in new/busy locations. Riding in a car crated or uncrated
August 19, 2022: Your dog is working on car ride exposure, field trips into busier parts of town, and spending weekends in staff homes
May 14th-June 10th : Brady is working on his obedience, crate, and sit stay lessons. He enjoys evening strolls around the ponds and through the fields.
May 1st – May 14th : Brady is working on crate lessons, along with sit lessons with distractions such as (Chickens, turkeys, cats, and goats). As well as adventures to staff members homes. ~Rachael
April 9th-April 30th : Brady is working on obedience lessons and home etiquette. He also enjoys evening fun retrieves.
April 2-April 9th : Brady is continuing to work on sit lessons, and learning to be comfortable walking on the leash. ~Rachael
March 19- April 2nd : Brady is working on leash drags and sit lessons.
February 19-March 19th : Apologies for the delay. we have been having intermittent website difficulties. It should be fixed now. Your pup has been working on home etiquette lessons, intro to obedience with leash drags, fun adventures in the woods with gunfire
March 1: Leash drags, adventure walks with gunfire, crate lessons and sit lessons for treats
February 6-18th: leash drags and fun retrieves in the training center, adventure walks with gunfire when the weather will allow. Sit lessons, home etiquette lessons and overnight adventures to staff homes.
February 5th : Thank you for your patience. As many of you are aware, winter has arrived in a big way. With it comes snow, ice and delays. While keeping everyone warm and safe, we are still continuing to train. Our focus during these storms is on home etiquette and obedience, whether you have a head start puppy, companion or gun dog. When temperatures are below 20 degrees we will be inside as much as possible, over 20 degrees and we can dig out, down at the training center.
Jan 1-15th: Leash drags, sit lessons, crate lessons. Home etiquette lessons. Adventure walks and fun retrieves