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This is a discussion on Nosework and Scent Tracking within the Training and Behavior Stickies forums, part of the Dog Training and Behavior category; wow SH, thank you! seriously, this is awesome, and it gives me a good place to start on something new with clover... seriously.... you rock...

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Old 03-27-2010, 02:25 AM
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wow SH, thank you! seriously, this is awesome, and it gives me a good place to start on something new with clover... seriously.... you rock
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You and anyone else who wanted to know how to do this are very welcome. I was prodded into it, but have no problem sharing my experience with all of you. I mean...I don't want you to think I am a goof ball all the time. I do know what I am doing with dogs .

Also, I really don't like writing up things because there are more ways to do it than mine. My way may work for me, but might not for others.

I kind of admit, I want to see pictures of Critter tracking down a squirrel out there in Cali. But Crio would have to grab the dog before the squirrel putt a woopin on.

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you do a good job of writing it up tho... and sure there are other techniques, but i don't see anyone else posting them at the moment... maybe your post will inspire others to jump in too....

anyway, i'm always looking for new things to try out with clover... new games to keep his brain working... and with the weather clearing up, i'll be able to try stuff like this outside more and more too...
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Just one more thing to catch Missy's eye. Clover is a superstar, and they can go tracking together now.
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I like the diagrams!! Really nice! This is something like SchH eh? It also reminds me the way they train dogs for fox hunting here!

I will try to play with Liza a "search and rescue" game! ....Starting from basics of course! Thank you SH this is great!! and really fun!!
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Just one more thing to catch Missy's eye. Clover is a superstar, and they can go tracking together now.
lol, i dunno about that... we will see if he actually "get's it" he did lose his tennis ball in the snow the other day, seems like if he had any superstar scent/tracking abilities he'd have found it....but we will see...
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this gets a sticky
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good call crios! i was thinking about this today in fact...
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Woohoo I'm sticky now.
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