Level 5 German Shorthaired Pointer Gundog Training Videos
These videos illustrate some of the activities on the Aytee GSPs Level 5 Training Programme. Your dog is getting established and reliable in his training and you will soon be ready to compete at your first field trial or take on a job like picking up at a local shoot. The focus of your work is consolidating steadiness, honing hunting skills and generally pushing your dog to respond to the pressure of more instruction in distracting situations.
Sending a dog across water for a blind retrieve demands bravery, trust and obedience from the dog and is a requirement if an Open HPR field trials is to be completed. This is part of the Aytee GSPs Level 5 gundog training for german shorthaired pointers
Experienced German Shorthaired Pointer that deliberately ignores blind retrieve instead favouring retrieve it has seen. This shows why older dogs need reminders in their retrieving training. This is part of the Aytee GSPs Training programme Level 5. For more info on training your GSP visit www.aytee.co.uk
Older dogs need reminders to keep them sharp. Keep the retrieving work interesting and if you can work dogs together let them watch each other and dont let them anticipate any commands. This is part of the Aytee GSPs training Level 5. For more info and help with training your GSP visit www.aytee.co.uk
Retriever training in the field amongst game scent demands obedience from a dog particularly if other dogs are present. These experienced dogs are working towards field trials. This is part of the Level 5 German Shorthaired Pointer gundog training
Beats come in all shapes and sizes and keeping control of your dog and sticking to boundaries is essential if you are asked to work a particular area at a Field Trial. This is part of Aytee GSPs Level 5 German Shorthaired Pointer gundog training. For more info and help on training your GSP visit www.aytee.co.uk
Quartering fast and wide on open ground is essential if a dog is going to get in touch with game. A wide running style is something an Open Field Trial dog should show but will be able to adjust its pace if it gets amongst thicker cover. This is part of Aytee GSPs training programme. For more help and info on training your gsp visit www.aytee.co.uk
Always test your dog in its work to keep it thinking and keep it sharp.
This retrieve uses the stop whistle on the way out to be sure the dog is obedient. Part of the Aytee GSPs training programme Level 5. For more info and help with training your gsp visit www.aytee.co.uk
Be creative in training your dog on unusual retrieves that it might meet once at a field trial. This is part of the Aytee GSPs training Level 5 for German Shorthaired Pointer gundogs. For more info and help on training your GSP visit www.aytee.co.uk
Training your GSP on different kinds of game is essential if it is to be competent when faced with live shooting at a Field Trial. Part of Aytee GSP's training programme Level 5. For more info and help with training your GSP visit www.aytee.co.uk
Hunting in cover requires a more careful approach from the dog and a slower pace. The dog was unsuccessful but it does demonstrate the contrast with earlier videos of open ground hunting.This is part of the Aytee GSPs gundog training level 5. For more info on training and help with your gsp visit www.aytee.co.uk
Try and think of situations that could occur on a field trial and train for these. Here a pigeon is placed up a tree just in reach of the dog and he has to look up. Part of the Aytee gsps training programme. For more help and info on training your gsp visit www.aytee.co.uk
Once your dog is experienced on game, work on sending the dog in and flushing the bird with you standing at a greater distance away. This can help on a trial day as there is less danger of you flushing a jumpy bird. It also demonstrates good steadiness from the dog. This is part of the Aytee GSPs Training programme Level 5.
German Shorthaired Pointer 6 yo pointing and flushing partridge. Experienced dogs like this should be able to flush and be steady from a distance particularly in the case of partridge that would easily be spooked if the handler moved too close. Dora does move a few paces once the birds have taken flight which strictly speaking she should not have done, (should sit to first wingbeat) but she moves to the spot they flushed from, not beyond.