Bird Dog: The Instinctive Training Method

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Willow Creek Press, Incorporated, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 187 pages
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Ben O. Williams has become legendary for his hard-charging, bold, and obedient hunting dogs. The training method he has developed over forty years consistently produces dogs that are friendly and affectionate, yet who also perform at the highest level of excellence in the field. And the best part is that the Ben O. Williams Instinctive Training Method revealed in this book is not only easy, but fun for both owner and dog. Both a training manual and a bird hunting philosophy, the heavily-illustrated Bird Dog reveals unique and time-tested methods that cultivate a dog's desires and instincts to achieve upland hunting bliss, while also creating a loveable home companion.

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About the author (2006)

Ben O. Williams is a noted photographer, author, bird hunter, and dog breeder. He is the author and photographer of American Wingshooting and Hunting The Quails of North America. His photography and writing have appeared in many prominent sporting magazines including Grays' Sporting Journal, Retreiver Journal, Pointing Dog Journal (for which he is a columnist), and Shooting Sportsman. He lives along the Yellowstone River outside of Livingston, Montana, with his wife Bobbi, fourteen Brittany spaniels, and two English pointers.

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