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Clear Creek Gun Dogs - Alabama Pointing, Retrieving hunting dog trainers
About Clear Creek Gun Dogs
Clear Creek specializes in Bird Dog and Retriever training. We love working with dogs and this comes out in our work. Every dog is treated as if it were our own. All puppies should be at least 6 months of age and be up to date on all the vaccines before training will begin. This is to ensure your dogs safety and health while in our hands. Beginner, Starter and Finished dog programs available. We train your dog the common commands Whoa, kennel, come, sit etc... as well as Pointing, Backing and Retrieving. A $100 deposit will hold your spot for training. We can train dogs all the way to a finished, well trained bird dog, or just get it a good start in the right direction. Its completely up to the owner. We also offer puppies and started dogs for sale at times throughout the year. Schedule your spot in advance if there's any way possible.
Please call or email for pricing or to reserve your spot. A $100 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR SPOT, this $100.00 dollars will go towards your first months training once I have received the dog. This is not an extra $100 I keep!
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Clear Creek Gun Dogs Contact Info
959 County Road 369
Trinity, Alabama 35673
256-309-7850Send Email to Clear Creek Gun DogsClick here to visit website
Submitted by: David Douglass on Jan 24, 2013I just got my Drathaar back from Blake and he is doing great!! I guide quail hunts and while my other dog was taking a break I ran the Drathaar and I didn't put him back up for the rest of the hunt. I owe it all to Blake for making that happen. Great guy and a great trainer.
Submitted by: terry farishI on Apr 07, 2012BLAKE WORKED AN ENGLISH SETTER FOR ME NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER AND DID A GREAT JOB WITH HER. I HUNTED HER IN JAN AND FEB AND WAS WELL PLEASED. I WILL BE SENDING MORE DOGS TO HIM THIS YEAR TO BE TRAINED.
Submitted by: Emily Sullivan on Aug 02, 2011Blake is currently training my German Shorthaired pup and I have had the opportunity to go to his kennel and work with her and learn how to use the commands. I am very impressed at how good of a change I have seen in my dog as he has been working with her. She is now pointing a wing and he has taught her to "woah" and is working on the "sit", "kennel", and "load up" commands. I am pleased with what I have seen so far and am excited to see how she turns out when he is done with her training.