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Recomendations for Pointer trainer in the willmar area

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Recently moved to Willmar and would like to get my German shorthair into a training program for birds. Would love to hear what and who's around this area that does a good job.

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Chad Hines..... Willow Creek Kennels (little falls) he is a really good trainer. I highly reccomend him. Let me know if you need more info.

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Chad Hines..... Willow Creek Kennels (little falls) he is a really good trainer. I highly reccomend him. Let me know if you need more info.


Ditto...

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I would highly recomend Jeff Berthelsen from Rock Valley Kennels. Very close to Echo. Trained my Viszla, and now I get calls asking to go hunting with my buddies. (They love the dog !!!) If you have any questions, email me ... brhargyatyahoodotcom

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thank you for your recommendations, if anyone has any others to talk about I'm sure we would all appreciate it thanks in advance.

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Not sure how far your willing to drive, but I'd highly recommend Wings and Whistles. They're located near Watertown. They have a web site, but I would suggest visiting any and all the trainers your considering.

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