About the name: Brook is a female nameof English origin meaning "small stream".From the time we started working with her she had a natural love of swimming. Brookhas long projected an aura of sleeksophistication, and once you meet her you discover she's as stylish are her name.
Superior instincts in water or upland topography, Brook is an exuberant, energetic dog that requires regular exercise and mental enrichment.With a sized body to go all day, she's at home in the field. A "hunt close" attitude makes hunting those crisp autumn mornings a joy. An affectionate golden who works confidently and independently. One of our fastest, shorter coupled and very athletic dogs. She reminds me of a fox as she springs through the tulles looking for pheasants. Constantly scanning the sky or listening acutely as we work in the field gives us an advantage in the field. Brook is also very clean and neat. She's a sweetheart playing ball in the backyard with the kids. At 52 lbs. she's well sized for a number of usages.
Foundation Training: Bird Introduction (build prey drive) * Whistle commands * Swim Work * Steady to Shot * Marking drills on land and water * Single Marks/Retrieves * Upland Training * Dead bird work primarily with ducks/pheasants * Practice hunting situations * Proper Gun Introduction * Kenneling * Sit * Here * Front to Side Heel * Walking Heel * Place * Hunt Command & Nose Work