New England, ND
Aaron has a long history of dog training and upland bird hunting. His passion was so great he pursued a master’s degree in Wildlife Biology. He has an education in upland game ecology and management. He has presented numerous technical papers about upland birds. Aaron was a board member for the Utah Chukar and Wildlife Foundation for 3 years. He was the chapter president for the Utah Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society for 2 years. In addition, he has 10+ years in dog training. Aaron’s main focus is on German Shorthair Pointers, but he will work with other pointing dog breeds.
Why I Use SportDOG®
I have used the products for 5 years and that’s why I want to be a staff member. I initially bought a collar for myself, the SD-1200 model and then I bought a SD-2400 unit and liked them both so much I have used the 1800, 1850, and 2500 model.
SD-1850 Upland Hunter
Articles by Aaron Robinson
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