Avid bird hunter, Todd Points found a dog breeder and a dog bird he liked so David Sparks sportsman spotlight Bob Ferris. Speaker2: Ran his poodle. Pointers still have one right now. He spoiled me. The dogs were all nabbed a trained and he brought me a dog back. My first female had a litter. One of the males got shipped off to a French Canadian guy somewhere in Quebec. This guy had trained this dog so unbelievably well, but he had decided that he wanted to start his own line. He was going to sell that dog. And Bob said, there's no way I can't let that dog get out of my reach. And I had a female at the time and I get a call from Bob Ferris. He goes, hey, you need to get rid of that female. I'm like, what? Because I got a male coming. We met down at a buddy's place, so he had show me this dog. Maybe three days after getting that dog. A dog doesn't even know who I am yet. We go down on the snake River and we sell a green head, probably two 300 yards, luckily up the river. And this dog takes off. I mean, just gone. So we're still hunting. And one of my buddies said, hey, there's more ducks I already got out of this little blind. And I was crouched down in the cattails and I'm calling ducks, calling ducks. Then I realized I'm like, maybe ten minutes since I've seen this dog. I can't lose this dog. On my first hunt, I had this quick panic and I stood up. I looked down to my right. Duffy, his name of his dog, is sitting next to me holding that duck. I want to know why I'm not shooting the ducks that are circling and fetched it right to hand. And that dog, one of the only dogs ever been around that hunted strictly for the hunter. He would cheat. He'd break point a little bit, I didn't mind. I mean, every once in a while he'd bring back a bird that didn't even get shot. And I told him, good dog. Speaker1: And then give him a treat.