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Shed Dog Training and Hunting

  • 2014-2015 Shed Dog NASHDA Trial Events Schedule

    EverythingGunDog.com Is a Proud Sponsor Of NASHDA and the Shed Dog Training Community!!!

    2014-2015  NASHDA Events Schedule


    2015 NASHDA World Championship Qualifying Event - NASHDA Junior and Senior Hunt Test - Saturday January 3, 2015 - 9:00 am - Ozark Shooters Sports Complex - Branson, MO - Contacts: Mike McSpadden (816)517-6288 or Mark McSpadden (417)559-7104

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    2015 NASHDA World Championship Qualifying Event - NASHDA Junior and Senior Hunt Test - Saturday February 28, 2015 - 9:00 am - Skyline Drive Kennels - Location: Brownstown IN - Contact: Shannon Neal 812-528-1549 www.shedhuntinglabs.com - Judge: Jeff Neal 812-277-5914

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    2015 NASHDA World Championship Qualifying Event - NASHDA Junior and Senior Hunt Test - Sunday March 1, 2015 - 9:00 am - Skyline Drive Kennels - Location: Brownstown IN = Contact: Shannon Neal 812-528-1549 www.shedhuntinglabs.com - Judge: Nathan Cardinal 812-528-2005

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    2015 NASHDA World Championship Qualifying Event - NASHDA Junior and Senior Hunt Test - Saturday March 7, 2015 10:30 am to 4:30 pm - Location: Minnesota Deer Classic - National Sports Center Blaine, MN - Visit Website

    Entry Form Deadline February 28, 2015

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    2015 NASHDA World Championship Qualifying Event - NASHDA Junior, Senior and MASTER Hunt Test - Friday April 3, 2015 - 12:00 pm - Brown’s Hunting Ranch - 29350 US Hwy 212 Gettysburg, SD 57442 - Contact: Robin Braaten 605-769-4340 - www.brownshuntingranch.com

    Entry Form to be posted 1/1/15


    2015 NASHDA World Championship Qualifying Event - NASHDA Junior, Senior and MASTER Hunt Test - Saturday April 4, 2015 - 9:00 am - Brown’s Hunting Ranch - 29350 US Hwy 212 Gettysburg, SD 57442 - Contact: Robin Braaten 605-769-4340 - www.brownshuntingranch.com

    Entry Form to be posted 1/1/15


    NASHDA 2015 World Shed Dog Championship (Invitational)

    Dokken’s Oak Ridge Kennels Northfield, Minnesota - April 11 & 12, 2015

    The dogs that will be invited to enter the 2015 Championship in April 2015 are the dogs that qualified at a NASHDA Qualifying Event from May 1, 2014 to April 11, 2015. See the list of events above for dates that qualifiers will be held.

  • Behind the Scenes Video at NASHDA 2013- Just Chillin

    One of the coolest things about the NASHDA events is the feeling that everyone is there to help one another out and cheer each and their dogs on.  It is different from any other event I have been to.  There is just a sense of community.  I would say this is fairly common in the dog training and trial world but it seems even more present here!  What can I say Shed doggers rock!

    The Shed Dog Antler World!  NASHADA 2013 chillin Video!

     

  • 2013 NASHDA Shed Dog World Championships...Read Full Story:

    EverythingShedDog.com is so proud to sponsor such an awesome weekend packed with amazing shed hunting dogs that have tremendous talent and trainers that have truly done an amazing job preparing their shed antler finding dogs!  The condition did not seem ideal....Read the full stories at: www.EverythingShedDog.com

  • Conditioning Your Dog with Shed Antler Hunting: Kennel Korner

    Shed antler dog training

    Hey guys just because the hunting season is over doesn’t mean you should stop working your dog and keeping them in shape for the next season.  I get the same question every year right before the opener: “I know its September but can you get my dog back into working shape by the duck opener?” My response is always the same “doubtful”. A good example of this is: you are not going to run the Boston Marathon on only a couple weeks of training, it takes year round training, but that is exactly what you are asking your dog to do if you only work them a couple months of the year.

    I know people are busy and summers are usually the worst with vacations, and everything else that a family has to do, but remember your dog is a part of the family. It only takes 30-45 minutes a day to keep your dog in shape, whether it be formal training, going for a walk/run, or just throwing fun bumpers in the back yard.

    A fun way to keep your dog in shape and to help hone their retrieving skills is shed hunting. If you have a seasoned gun dog your half way there. It’s easy to start training your dog for shed hunting, all you need to do to get started is go the www.EverythingGunDog.com or www.EverythingShedDog.com’s shed training page and pick up a foam antler and some scent.  I recommend the Dog Bone 3 step system it is easy to use and will help insure that you don’t make your dog “shed shy”. Once you have the system follow the instructions that come with the system.

    It is as easy as that!!  The best thing about shed training is while you are training your dog for Shed hunting you are keeping your dog in shape for the upcoming bird season! It’s something new and exciting for both you and your dog so it’s easy to keep the excitement level high and makes the training process fun. Oh yeah finding sheds is always cool too!!

    Rick Schmitz - Behind the Blinds Kennel and Dog Trainer

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