03-27-2011, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Brianlocal3
Thank your for those suggestions. That first one up there they seem to be biased towards German shepards huh!!!!! Now that second one i have read before, but never got any training information out of, but it was a wonderful story.
Shepards are really good at search and rescue. I always recommend the second one because it shows the bond that can be formed. It is always harder to lose a dog that you have formed a tracking partnership with than one that is just your buddy. I am not playing it down, but working hand and paw with a dog always brings the two of you closer together.
I guess because I was mentored I don't really depend on books to teach me much, lol. I find someone willing to pass on their knowledge and run with it.