Training Annie’s Pups
In this video series you will see David Dagley training several different puppies out of Dagley’s Annie and Wilcox’s Slate!
Are you wondering if pups out of Annie and Slate go to stock? Or maybe want to get a glimpse of how David trains his Hangin Tree Cowdog? Either way, this series is for you. We hope you will enjoy it!
Training Captain – 16 month old Hangin Tree Cowdog
Watch David training Captain, a registered 16-month-old Hangin Tree Cowdog out of Wilcox’s Slate and Dagley’s Annie that David calls Cap.
Cap has been on cattle around 50 training session at the time of this video.
David and Cap Dog Break Calves
Cap was 15-months-old in this video of dog breaking calves.
This small group of calves had not seen humans all summer, so they were flighty and spooked easily when we first turned them out into this large pen to dog break them.
Titus at 13 Months
At 13 months, Titus is far enough along at this point that David can use him to get a job done! They are moving our replacement heifers to their next pasture division.
David is putting 30 days of training on Titus for his owner. This video was taken after 3 weeks of training on stock. Click below to watch video!
Chub at 13 Months
Video of Chub at 13 months. David has put about 30 days of training on him at the time of this video. Chub only has one eye, but that doesn’t stop him from working cattle! Click below to see video.
Chub is a male pup out of Dagley’s Annie x Wilcox’s Slate. When Chub was eight months old, his owner asked David to put a little training on him. Click below to learn more and see video.
Dagley’s Try is a black male with white marking, whelped July, 2019. Dagley’s Annie x Wilcox’s Slate. Click below to learn more and see video.
Stub is a black male with small white markings, whelped July, 2019. Dagley’s Annie x Wilcox’s Slate. Click to see video and learn more.
Captain is a black male, whelped July, 2019. Dagley’s Annie x Wilcox’s Slate. Click below to see video and learn more.
If you are interested in a Hangin Tree Cowdog puppy out of Dagley’s Annie, give us a call. We’d love to help you find the perfect cow dog for your ranch!
David Dagley (701) 425-1079
Smoke is a merle male, whelped July, 2019, out of Dagley’s Annie and Wilcox’s Slate. Click below to learn more and see video.
Titus is a appendix registered Hangin Tree Cowdog out of Dagley’s Annie and Wilcox’s Slate. Click to learn more and see video.
The Early Training of Young Hangin Tree Cowdog Pups
Watch videos of Annie’s young cowdog pups and learn different tips for training young pups. Introducing topics like socializing, clicker training, real life experiences, and introducing stock.
Wilcox’s Slate is a Supreme Registered Hangin Tree Cowdog owned by Jennica Wilcox. We’ve really appreciated her allowing us to use her stud dog to breed Dagley’s Annie.
Wilcox’s Slate and Dagley’s Annie make a great cross!
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Dagley’s Annie is one of our Supreme Registered Hangin Tree Cowdogs.
David bought Annie as a pup and trained her. Then he was able to register her and get her Supreme Qualified.
David and Annie won the Novice Championship together in 2018. Our daughter, Clementine, won the Reserve Youth Championship with her in 2020.
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