The youngest daughter of Griz, the moment Jade set paw in the field she's shown us her field breeding. She's and active retriever, motivated by birds and works close. She's highly athletic and well suited for all day work. She's very loving and highly people oriented.
This young dog is the consummate field golden. All the tools and desire too.
About the name: "The Wasatch fault is an active fault located primarily on the western edge of the Wasatch Mountains in the U.S. states of Utah and Idaho. The fault is about 240 miles (390 kilometres) long, stretching from southern Idaho, through northern Utah, before terminating in central Utah near the town of Fayette. Jadeite is found in rocks that formed under higher pressure than nephrite. Most known deposits of jadeite occur along, or near faults in serpentinites. One meaning of the jade stone is purity or purification. And because jade is regarded as a stone that protects and supports loving heart energy, jade also symbolizes gentleness and nourishment. So, yet another meaning of jade is harmony and balance."
-Foundation Training- SIT HEEL HOLD COME NO DOWN UP Leash Training
Everything I train for is built from these simple, but essential commands.
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 (sit means sit, no stay needed) * Here * Front to Side Heel * Walking Heel * Place * Hunt Command * Nose Work