Wednesday, June 27, 2012
1:24 AM | Posted by Chris | Edit Post
Filming hunts all year long would be a real treat. But we don’t have the budget to travel to the southern hemisphere during the summer and deer hunting in 90 degree weather just doesn’t sound like a good idea to me. Besides, the Wisconsin DNR would definitely frown on that kind of thing. But that doesn’t mean my camera gets a break. I recently produced a DVD with Tom Dokken of Northfield, Minnesota. Tom is a professional dog trainer with a worldwide reputation as one of the best in the business.
Here’s a short clip from the DVD. This is a simulated shed hunt with Tom and Rookie, his ace shed hunting dog. This scenario is similar to what a trainer would set up for a dog who is getting ready for his first real shed hunting experience. The idea is to build confidence in the dog by guaranteeing early success.
The DVD is hot off the presses! I just delivered it to Dokken’s Dog Supply early this week. But you can get your copy right now for $19.99 + s&h. Give them a call at 507-744-2616. If you want to win a free copy, simply use the comment box below and write “I want to win”. I’ll randomly draw one winner this Friday afternoon. Good luck!
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