Dynamic DIY offers a mentored training program for dog owners. Traditionally people attempting to train their own dogs through the use of books and/or videos are not as successful as they could be under the guidance of an experienced and successful trainer. For the amateur trainer wanting to train successfully by being fair and thorough,
Puppies/Stud Dogs Choosing the right puppy or stud dog for your female is a big decision and should not be taken lightly. Dynamic Retrievers does not engage directly in the breeding of dogs or gain monetarily from puppy sales, etc. We do help guide people in choosing an appropriate match for their needs and wants.
Puppy socializing and training is a very important time for your young retrievers mental stimulation and growth. It is not serious training but it does prepare your pup for that time. Unsocialized dogs are a trainers nightmare. “I didn’t want to do anything wrong so I didn’t do anything with this pup,” are some of
Dynamic Retrievers offers a very thorough and balanced program for young field trial dogs including solid basics, transition, and early advanced training. Marking mechanics and precision while keeping a great attitude is important to us. Helping owners with training and handling skills is a part of the dog’s time here as well. We work well
Young dog development for those wanting a well-trained hunting dog and family companion has been and continues to be an important part of the training going on at Dynamic Retrievers. We ourselves are hunters and understand the importance of having a well behaved yet stylish retriever afield. We generally take in young dogs at around
We at Dynamic Retrievers are proud of our success with a wide variety of temperaments and breeds in the hunt test game. Owners typically bring us their pups at around 6 months of age. At that time the youngsters learn the formalized hold and fetch com mands, obedience and e-collar conditioning , and good marking
Owners that have a dog in training or had a dog in training with us are always invited to train with us, just give us a call a day or two ahead of time. For everyone else please call Tim or Lauren to discuss options.
“What the Books Don’t Tell You,” seminars have been gaining in popularity. The seminar is a thought-provoking combination of classroom and field work with handlers and dogs. Meant to compliment any training program, we discuss core and basic principles that underlie any solid training approach. Topics include understanding a dog’s mental state, natural vs unnatural
Dynamic Retrievers specialize in training young dogs (retriever breeds) for field trials, hunt tests, and hunting. Our basics and transition training is very thorough and ensures that each dog is properly conditioned to have the tools needed for a successful lifetime of competing and/or hunting. Most dogs begin their training with us at around 5-6