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If you own one of the Versatile breeds come train with us! If you are a novice you will move quickly to your goal of having a companion trained to hunt. If you are an experienced trainer you will have fun imparting your knowledge to those less experienced, and watching their dog blossom as yours has done. Plus it will keep your dog sharp for hunting season. 

  • Handlers should RSVP attendance and place a request for birds with a Training Coordinator prior to the training day.

  • For liability and insurance requirements, after attending two training days, new handlers are expected to join the chapter.

  • Training activities begin at 8:00 a.m. unless otherwise stipulated.

  • All handlers should arrive a half hour prior to the scheduled start time to stake their dog(s), sign up for a training field, pay for their birds, touch base with a Training Coordinator, and be ready for the start of the meeting.

  • See this document for helpful information if you are a first time attendee.

  • No alcohol consumption on premises.

  • Blaze Orange must be worn in the field.

  • Glasses and ear plugs are recommended.

  • Break open shot guns only.

  • Children are welcome and must be supervised/accompanied by an adult at all times.  A child's Blaze Orange must be worn above the waist while in the field during training.

  • Dogs that are not actively training must be in a crate, on a stake, on the chain gang, leashed, or at heel with its owner.

Jan 14 Training Day
Honey Springs
Feb 11 Training Day
Honey Springs
Mar 22 - 24 Spring Test
Seely (Worthington)
April 13 Youth Event
May 5 Training Day
June 8 Training Day
July 20 Training Day
August Picnic

** Dates and locations subject to change**

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