East Coast Field Dog

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  • Sharon L.

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    My husband has been working with John with our 2 weims and have seen much improvement in following commands . I went this am to observe and was very impressed on how John interacts with the dogs. Our girls love him and he handles them beautifully. With Johns help I can really enjoy taking the girls out by myself for walks or runs!!!!

    Oct 12, 2014
  • James T.

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    I have been an avid bird hunter for years but never had a trained dog of my own. Recently I got a new dog and decided this time I wanted to train the dog for the field. I was recommended to EAST COAST FIELD DOG by a friend and went to meet the trainner. We have gotten together several times for training and I can't tell you how much I am impressed with how my dog works. The training has been great. For any one who wants a good hunting buddy and a well trained dog, this is the trainer to see!!!

    Mar 9, 2011

About this pro

We are unique as we have a no nonsense approach in training. We don’t try to impress you with fancy training techniques. Our no nonsense approach is easy and easy for our clients to learn. Love the dogs and the training of them. I get a lot of satisfaction taking a dog that doesn’t know what to do in the field and teaching/guiding it into what it was bred for.

Location

Nashua, NH 03063

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    Q & A

    • How did you get started doing this type of work?
      For the love of the dogs, and to teach owners how to become better trainers and learn the correct approach. I have seen quite a bit of mishandling of dogs. One of which is just plan yelling.
    • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
      Make sure you are comfortable with the trainer you select. This has the potential to be a long relationship. If you have a dog on the sensitive side, absolutely make sure the trainer has trained sensitive dogs. There are trainers out there that can ruin a fine hunting dog on the sensitive side if they don’t know how to approach this type of dog.
    Coverage Area for East Coast Field Dog is about 55+ miles of Nashua, NH.