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Does techniques in book work with other small dogs bred for hunting?
I couldn't see your email well (pegasus mail) but doesn't matter. I had one JRT and now
getting another. I am reading your book now, it looked to be the thing I need. I trained bird
dogs, horses, cats, ponies, zebras, yes I was taught by the best animal trainer (Mickey
Bohannon) He said he would train a snake if his brain was big enough. The point is there
were things I missed in handling my first JRT so I got your book. Now for the question, How
do you think your training methods work on a mini dachshund or most any small dog that was
bred for hunting?
As reading your book I understand why Sugarbear would go in holes on my lake and drang coon's out and kill them in the water, she also killed a 42 in armadillo. 55 lb beaver and many snakes ( copperheads), moles, and had no fear. The only problem is if a chicken got in the yard it was toast too. I have grandchildren and want her to hunt squirrels also. I'm getting a young female and reading your book makes me more excited waiting for her to be weaned.