Posts Tagged Hunt test


Future Hunter

Any child up through 12 years old may run a dog of any level and can be assisted by Mom, Dad, or any adult. No guns will be used however a hunting bucket, duck call and dead birds will be used (Mom or Dad may blow the call if need be); a dog can be […]

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Puppy

    Often at lunch or before the Saturday social of a back-to-back hunt (two separate tests– one Saturday and one Sunday) a fun puppy test is held for dogs big enough to leave mom, up to 6 months. It is fun. The judges are looking for spark and instinct, not a trained pup. It […]

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Newsletters

PVHRC News Letters Newsletters are published by  Curt Lacey each month. Each editions contains current news about PVHRC, such as: News from the PVHRC President Up coming events Dog training tips What’s happening with members New members Monthly meeting minutes PVHRC Newsletter November 2017 PVHRC Newsletter October 2017 PVHRC Newsletter July 2017 PVHRC Newsletter June 2017 PVHRC Newsletter May […]

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Hunt Tests

PVHRC members work hard to train their dogs. HRC defines three levels of capability — started, seasoned, and finished hunting retrievers. Members participate in hunt tests against standards of performance for their and their dog’s abilities. A hunt test is a big event. Started, seasoned, and finished hunt tests are performed through out the day. Children are […]

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