T & T Game Birds is not only a wonderful place to hunt pheasant and quail, but the ideal spot to train your hunting dog. You can’t put a price on hunting behind a great dog, so we are excited to invest our time and energy into helping your dog become the best hunting dog he/she can be!
Each breed of dog has its own instincts, habits, and tendencies. Therefore, each training session is tailored to what your dog needs. Our trainer sits down with you and talks about what you want out of these training sessions.
Effective, Enthusiastic, Ethical
Our trainer works hard to train your dog in an effective, enthusiastic, and ethical way! I believe that dogs have the natural pointing gene in them. Once dogs are hunting hard and enjoying finding birds you can then start refining them. I let the dogs tell me the pace they can learn at. I find no joy in pressuring a dog to do tasks they are not ready for. Communication with the owner is key to know their dog’s personality and what they are wanting and needing from there hunting partner.
Randy grew up on a farm in Eastern New Mexico and Coached HS Football in TX for 10 years. He and his wife currently have another business that we have had for 12 years that she primarily runs. TT Game Birds is a dream and vision that Randy has had for a while and now the Lord has blessed him with the opportunity to pursue this passion.
Randy, has a passion for training dogs. He says there is nothing better than seeing a hunting dog doing work in a field, pointing, and holding birds.
Oakley is a black and white German Shorthair. Oakley just turned 2 and is a hard hunter. He is still learning to be completely steady but should be a finished dog by this coming hunting season.
Sammy is a liver and white German Shorthair. Sammy also just turned 2 and is a work in progress for sure. He points birds and is a close working dog. Sammy is currently working on Steadiness and honoring point.
We are also excited to be adding soon a new member to the family she is a German Shorthair that absolutely marvels in the field. Pictures Soon!