“They work when you need them to work and allow a great deal of flexibility, from the stubborn bad guy down to the soft wallflower. Add a waterproof guarantee to this with unbeatable pricing and you have the perfect unit.”
Charlie Jurney, Beaverdam Kennels
If you plan to use live birds in training, pigeons are the most economical and give off a lot of scent, but they're also the most unpredictable. Quail, chukar, pheasant, and partridge are other good options.