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    Ey up Ian,

    Once I’ve started steadiness training I keep to it. Generally speaking I think there is little to be gained from allowing a dog to free-run. At the end of the season around early spring the older dogs are given a period of “down time” of a month or so where we will go out and do no training just long walks. I think this is more to my benefit as it gives me a break from training and working them.

    Thank you for you compliments Ian and Loriusgarulus 👍🏿

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    Another great vid from lee.

    I find them to be both educational and entertaining. I reckon lee's training videos are the best on the net, and there free 😄

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    2 hours ago, ips said:

    Another great vid from lee.

    I find them to be both educational and entertaining. I reckon lee's training videos are the best on the net, and there free 😄

    Thank you everyone for being kind with you comments. And thank you for holding me in such high esteem 😂. 

    It’s great to be able to help people enjoy there dogs. 

     

     

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    On 20/11/2017 at 14:25, lee-kinsman said:

    Ey up Ian,

    Once I’ve started steadiness training I keep to it. Generally speaking I think there is little to be gained from allowing a dog to free-run. At the end of the season around early spring the older dogs are given a period of “down time” of a month or so where we will go out and do no training just long walks. I think this is more to my benefit as it gives me a break from training and working them.

    Thank you for you compliments Ian and Loriusgarulus 👍🏿

     

    Could you explain this a bit more please?

    I have a new pup and ain't keen on having lots of free running as my old dogs picked up bad habits when "out on walks" with family members in the past! 

    Keen to try and avoid any issues. 

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    Thank you all for your encouraging comments. I’m sorry for not checking in on here for a while. I now have a Facebook page called Winbeck Gundogs or you can get in touch with me on Facebook directly if you search Lee Stockburn and you can also get in touch by leaving comments on the videos. 

    All the best everyone and I hope you enjoy this season.

    Lee

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