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Training - Southbound Winter Trips

*Do you want to continue training or keep your bird dog on top of his/her game during the winter months? You may want to consider sending your dog South with us. We can offer a valuable, productive experience for your dog.

Per customer requests, we began our Southern excursions in 2014 where we made our way to training grounds located in Kentucky and Virginia. The dogs that traveled with us made great progress.

Kentucky. We were fortunate to be connected with the folks at Wild Wing Lodge.  Located in Northwestern Kentucky, near Sturgis, Wild Wing resides on the property of  Dr. Marty Smith of Drs. Foster and Smith pet supplies company.  It boasts of approximately 5,000 acres, 3,500 of which are devoted bobwhite management. Wild Wings has numerous coveys of well-flying quail, perfect for training. We continue to be very impressed with the facility.

*Virginia. Another great opportunity was offered by friends of ours who kindly welcomed us onto their Virginia ranch. Their beautiful property offered yet another type of hunt scenario for the dogs.  Again, a great deal is accomplished with all the dogs that make this trip with us. We would like to sincerely thank Richard and Marlene Sipes for their gracious hospitality.

Space is limited on these trips. Please call us at your convenience to reserve your spot today.

GENERAL TRIP LENGTH: 2-3 weeks (trips generally taken during winter months, December-March).
PRICE: $250 per week, plus tax. Includes dog training, boarding, and food.
Depending on our Southern location, upland birds may be shot over your dog for an additional charge.

Our temporary classroom in Virginia.

Reese, at about four months, getting into wild birds.

Riley, preparing to start her training session.

We were honored to meet Ed Rader. Mr. Rader, now retired from Innotek, designed the first collar that allowed trainers to deliver different levels of stimulation from a remote transmitter.


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