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Any recomendations for a trainer in West Central Minnesota. I have a springer that hunts very well just won't retrieve, I would like to have her force broke and fine tuned on a couple of things.

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setterguy

Mike Schulemberg (sp)? At wings and whistles. They are located in Watertown. Very, very smart dog man, and has a true respect for the animals that he trains.

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sweept

MN or SD Thanks for the reply

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Curly

Pine Shadows in Brainerd. Springers are their breed, they really know their stuff.
Good Luck

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The Bronco Kid

Give Tim Melham at Four Winds Kennels (located between Buffalo and Monticello) a call @ 763-682-5860. He is an awesome trainer.

Tell him Jess Kline referred you.

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springerspeed

A guy by the name of Bill Boeckmann in Montgomery. He is with SandCreek Kennel. Another Springer kennel. What are the problems your springer is having with retrieving?

Brian

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Benny

Al frieberg at Elk River Kennels was ok, I got what I expected from my dog there.
They didn't try to sell me more training either nor did they over charge for birds.
They were right in the middle for cost of training per month so I was happy with them.

They are located North East of Elk River off hwy 10 east on 15.

Benny

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Muskie mania

I would be willing to help you out with this. I live in the willmar area and have been training,trialing and breeding Springer for about 12 years.
Shoot me an e-mail [email protected]
If you know walleyeking#8 ask him about my turkey hunters.

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