SPACE IS LIMITED DON'T MISS OUT!
Bill Dillon will be teaching his "CPR" (Consistency, Patience, Repetition) method of training dogs in Armour South Dakota!
Limited to six clients and their dogs (one dog per client).
Dog Training Seminar & Workshop
June 18-19, 2022
Call (605)724-2358 for more information!
Training Gun Dogs for the foot hunter!
Would your club like to offer it's members a training seminar or teach it's members how to field trial?
Please call Bill for information.
Bill Dillon is still offering private training seminars for individuals and group seminars for clubs and events.
Please call Bill directly for dates, costs and information.
Private Lessons & Seminars offered year round.
INTRODUCTION TO GUN
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Hunting upland birds has been a passion and major part of Bill Dillon’s life for close to fifty years and he has owned and trained upland sporting dogs for forty years. Kathy and Bill owned Plum Creek Kennels, professionally hunting and breeding the Epagneul Breton, or French Brittanys, since 1990 and are seasoned and renowned trainers of all breeds of sporting dogs.
The Dillons have done TV shows on numerous different programs, write articles which are regularly published and are published authors of a book on the Epagneul Breton and training.
Bill began participating in the French F.C.I. field trial events in 2003 and was the first American to put a title on a dog in France and went to France annually to compete in the trials and successully put championship titles on his dog. He also is the first and only American to date to compete, as well as being awarded wins, in F.C.I. Euro Cup trials which are held in a different European country each year.
The training curriculum is structured especially to meet your dog's unique training needs and
implements a plan for bringing your dog to a higher level of success in the field and in obedience.
ONE DAY $350.00 One Person, One Dog
3 DAYS $995.00 One Person, One Dog
An owner who has learned the techniques critical to a dog's training is able to take that knowledge home and use it to continue with the training process.
A method sure to make a team out of the gun dog and the sportsman.