Monthly Archives: January 2016

Inversions

by Mike Stewart An inversion in the Wildrose Way training process is what we refer to as a bridge, an intermediate step assisting the dog’s progression for one particular task/skill to another. Bridges would best be described as baby steps … Continue reading

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When You Want to Shoot Your Dog: 6 Photography Tips

by Katie Behnke Have you ever been in the field or in a blind and thought “it is so pretty out here, and my dog looks great! I wish I could take good photos of my dogs!” Well, you don’t … Continue reading

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From the Field: Sago Palm Poisoning

Doug and Nancy Wilcox, followers of The Wildrose Way, shared some vital information with us at the Garden & Gun Jubilee.  They agreed to share this news with all our readers in hopes of preventing a canine fatality. Charlie, their … Continue reading

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Cooking Game the Wildrose Way

featuring Mike Colbert Each year Wildrose client, Mike Colbert of Houston, Mississippi, serves up a baked pheasant dish for the folks on the Wildrose North Dakota Wingshooting Expedition. Here’s his story and recipe in his words. “There are three things … Continue reading

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