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  1. Gunshyness: Fact and fiction

    Mike Stewart

    The causes of gun shyness may vary but are usually man made.

    Story | Conversation | September 24, 2004
  2. Q&A: Sit-to-whistle problems

    Mike Stewart

    Mike Stewart answers a question about sit-to-whistle problems and jumping on people

    Story | Conversation | January 27, 2005
  3. How-to take care of a problem dog

    Mike Stewart

    Mike Stewart has nearly 30 years of experience breeding and training sporting dogs and is currently training Drake, the official Labrador retriever of Ducks Unlimited. To learn more about Wildrose Kennels and the training methodology used by Mike, visit www.uklabs.com. If you have a training question, email Mike and he may answer your question in an upcoming column.

    Story | Conversation | January 07, 2005
  4. Q & A: Correcting poor social behavior

    Mike Stewart

    I have a 1-year old, male chocolate Lab. My problem is, whenever I take him out hunting and there are other dogs present, it seems that all he wants to do is play around with them or even mount the females. His whole mindset is on what the other dogs are doing. No matter how hard I am on the dog, nothing seems to change. It seems all he wants to do is mark his territory on every bush out there! Is this something he will grow out of with age? Or is there something I can do now to help?

    Story | Conversation | October 10, 2003
  5. Ten pitfalls in retriever training (continued)

    Mike Stewart

    Many of the problems that owners and trainers experience when training retrievers could be easily minimized if addressed early in training. It is much better to not condition in a problem that you must later train out. Here are some of the top pitfalls trainers face:

    Story | Conversation | May 12, 2003