Come train your dog with us! To ring in the new year, we are running a special: $15/day for boarding and $25/day for boarding and training. Call 402-213-1167 for more info. We are located just north of Elkhorn, 9181 N. 225th St., Elkhorn, NE 68022.
When the weather warms, we will offer speed retrieve, vertical jumping, big air and dock diving training. Stay tuned for more information!
What a day at the SRS Super Dock Scheels Tour in Omaha! I decided to let these two kids get involved. Garrett handled Waylon. His sister Katlin handled Emmalou.
Waylon won First Place in the Junior Flyers Competition for 14 and under! He jumped 20 feet and 10 inches with handler Garrett. I also need to mention that Garrett is 8 years old and his sister isn’t too much older.
Waylon won Third Place in Pros! He jumped 19 feet with handler Scott Bruhn.
Emmalou jumped 18.5 feet in Amateur with handler Scott Bruhn.
Noreen and Dave Trofholz have been bringing these youngsters out to the lake a lot to train here with their great dog Lizzy. Looking forward to the days ahead. Margaret was grinning from ear to ear.Waylon is her boy! I told Katlin Emma has a lot of jump left in her. She has jumped in the 20s before. These two kids are going for it. I’m so proud of them both. Dave and Noreen, what great grandkids you have.
-Scott an Margaret
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We spend a lot of time training our gun dogs so they stay in shape and ready for the upcoming season. Additionally, we are getting a new puppy, and we can’t wait to get him going! Have a gun dog of your own that needs some tuning up? Come join our pack this season! We are offering five hunt training sessions, $250 for one dog or $375 for two dogs. The sixth session is free! Or, pay $60 per session for one dog and $75 for two dogs. Your dogs will be conditioned in no time with our seven fields full of quail! We will be offering training sessions throughout the 2015-16 season.
Beginners are welcome! We are going to use a new method by using a starter pistol and frozen quail. Once the live quail flushes, you will use a starter pistol to get your dog used to the sound of gunshot, and then you will ask it to fetch a frozen quail to simulate a real hunting situation. No shooting required, so anyone in the family can run their dog. We will teach you everything you need to know at a pace comfortable for you. Call Scott Bruhn, 402-213-1167.