A US x UK outcross breeding with exceptional field lines.
About the name:
In the mountains, on a ranch or other parts of the western United States, many locals cherish chiltepines. Sometimes people pick them green and cure them using salt. After harvest, the red peppers are usually dried. Then they can be stored, fermented, pounded to salsa, mixed into drinks, or ground, creating chile flakes brighter, headier, and more ancient than anything you can get from the store.
The Sonoran desert is just one place the mercurial pepper grows. The pepper was known to the Mayans and O’Odham, used for food and medicine. Though chile peppers are indigenous to the New World, the chiltepin is the only wild chile native to the United States.
-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 * Decoy Intro * 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 * Hunt Command Nose Work