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From: Brian Letsinger
To: sales@trainingthetreedog.com
Subject: Update


Randy,

Randy just thought I would let you know how my dogs are doing. I killed 108 squirrels over Roy the first Kemmer Cur I trained in his first season. He is starting to do well on coons as well. We have knocked out over 30 to him this year. The yelllow Kemmer is Ike and he is treeing his own squirrel at a young age just like Roy did. These dogs are from good parents and they have it in them but your program helped to get them started. Hope you are doing well. Thanks for all your help.

Rev. Brian Letsinger - Marshfield, MO




Date: Tue, September 29, 2009 11:06 am
From: Brian Letsinger
To: sales@trainingthetreedog.com
Subject: Testimony


Randy,

I just wanted you to know how much I appreciate your book and all the help you have been to me. I have never owned a tree doy and your book was the first thing I read. I also bought a book from Vicki Lamb. I have read both books from cover to cover. Yours does just what you said it would do. It teaches you how to teach your dog to tree. Vicki's book is great for the obedience side, it really is a good book. Your book however was much more in depth in your coverage of actual training the dog to tree. I am brand new at this and my Kemmer Stock Cur started treeing wild game at 5 months of age, just like you said it would happen. I also want to thank you for answering my e-mails. Your advise has been a great help to me. I am looking forward many productive days in the woods. Thanks for a great book.

Rev. Brian Letsinger - Marshfield, MO




Date: 12/4/2006
From: JAMES ALLISON, mail@cuppedwingcalls.com
To: sales@trainingthetreedog.com
Subject: Training


I ordered your book and I am just checking to see what tug of war toy you prefer. I have really enjoyed the book and I think it will be a great benefit to the ones that take advantage of your hard work. It just makes sense. I have hunted labs (duck hunted) for years and could not understand why the labs had such a higher ratio of dogs that turned out to be hunters than hounds. I found that the reason why is that the training methods available from pros that had many years of trial and error wrote books for the average person to use. The hound industry did not have this info. The only info that was available was from friend, dad, uncle, grand-dad, etc. I want to thank you for taking the time to write this manual and make it to where the average individual can increase the odds of having a quality hound. Keep up the good work.

Thanks and God Bless,

James Allison





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