Charles Edmonds teaches a young golden retriever to release a training bumper with ease. This is one of the first steps in a three month training program before the dog moves to a higher training level.
Charles Edmonds teaches a young golden retriever to release a training bumper with ease. This is one of the first steps in a three month training program before the dog moves to a higher training level. Photos by Jim Lasley
Charles Edmonds teaches a young golden retriever to release a training bumper with ease. This is one of the first steps in a three month training program before the dog moves to a higher training level. Photos by Jim Lasley

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