Is there anywhere (on the labrador site or elsewhere) that lists the common whistle commands? Steve Kimberley was of the less is more school and used verbal commands(mostly directional) and some physical but very little whistle and the classes we're going to are the other extreme with constant whistling, so much so I can barely work out what whistle is for what activity. Also everyone there was a little bit different from each other. I know the spanners have extra stuff as they quarter and I believe my two pip recall would be used to get a spanner to change direction. I'm mostly thinking about hunting and when (and what) you'd whistle and when you should use Hi-Lost (or something else). At the moment if Riley's in the right area but hasn't found the ball/dummy yet I just tell him to 'find it'. He seems to have grasped that that means he's in the right place and to keep hunting.