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Working our way through the glossary of retriever training terms, we begin with concepts such as “Amish training, ” the art of training a dog without the use of an electric collar on to “cast,” giving a dog a specific direction through the use of body movements and finally on to the lesson of the day, “D” is for “double retrieve.”
A double retrieve occurs when two items are thrown for a retrieve, but not at the same time. A double tests a retriever’s memory because the animal must pick up one object, return it, then go on to the second object, and return it.
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