In the field we are working on Iza’s way to get a single partridge in the air. Flocked partridge, pheasants and a running partridge, is a totally different “game” to her. But single partridges might be hurt, and that is probably why she approach them differently. So she does the slowest advances possible, which isn’t really super in competition. It makes it easier to take down to pieces and work with though.
The stop 🛑 after is really good now (I don’t know how she is with running pheasant or hares though)... 😅
She’s developed a nice stop/jumping into point if she comes in the wrong wind. And she’s one great little girl when it comes to find and point the runners!
The thing I appreciate the most is that we can switch handler when ever, and she will not mind, she will just do her best. Even if it’s 5 year old Nelly that’s in charge ❤️
Well all of us write here, both humans and dogs ;) At least that was the plan but it seems it´s mostly me Robyn who´s attached to the keyboard...