Monday, July 30, 2012

Puget Sound Retriever Club's July 2012 NAHRA Hunt Test

This weekend,  July 28th & 29th, was the PSRC's North American Hunting Retriever Association (NAHRA) hunt test.  These tests are slightly different from the AKC retriever hunt tests in that they incorporate upland tests along with water work.  On the upper level tests, intermediate and senior categories, there are land marks and blinds as well as a quartering/sit-to-flush and a trailing test.  On the water, dogs must run marks and blind retrieves.  Dogs should exhibit excellent marking ability as well as the willingness to work as a team with their handlers on blind retrieves and upland hunts.

Puget Sound Retriever Club training grounds are located in Mason County, west of Bremerton, near Dewatto Bay

Great Judges!  Thanks For All Your Hard Work!

Husband & Wife Team, Brandon & Tyann are AWESOME helpers at club events!
Harry works the upland senior test.

Fran works upland

Rick is another volunteer at PSRC events.  He is a STAR!  Thanks Rick!
Jim works upland.

Sierra Takes A Break With Debbie Duck.  Thanks For Your Hard Work Sierra!






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