You will be expected to return home and practice what you've learned and return for the next lesson. We don't just take your money, give you instructions, and send you home, we provide the "training" for you and your dog to ensure your confidence in "reading" your dog, and in determining that your dog is actually working toward the source.
We also offer boarded training at our facility which takes approximately 4 weeks of instruction. Your dog is cared for as if he were our own, and we provide food, water, and exercise for the length of his stay. Afterward, you will be expected to continue training with your dog to keep his interest in the game.
Tracking must be a game to the dog, or he will not want to perform. Our success record speaks for itself. Regardless of which type or style of tracking you choose, we can help you to achieve that goal. Blood Dog is just another name for a dog that is performing a tracking function. For example, if I were to say that I train tracking dogs, most hunters wouldn't pay me a bit of attention.
The fact is that the Blood Trailing Dog is performing the same discipline as one that tracks human beings. All courses are pre-paid prior to the start of the course. For more information on training or scheduling, please utilize our Contact Form or call between the hours of 8 am and 9 pm CST.
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Home Services Tracking. Here is a simple explanation of the various types of tracking: Tracking is the ability to follow a scent trail with their nose to the ground and following that trail by each step taken until the source is located. This was the origin of the Bloodhound tracking humans.
If a child disappears from a school playground or a inmate escapes from a prison, a tracking dog might be called in to follow the person's scent immediately after the disappearance, before other search groups and law-enforcement personnel contaminate the scent trail. Courtroom Security. Clicker training is ideal for this as a dog smile is so fleeting. This workshop will discuss why we need to interview and compare and contrast interview and interrogation in law enforcement and the unique requirements and needs in the Search and Rescue world. Whether horse-savvy or horse-phobic, the good information offered will make your job easier.
Trailing is the ability to follow a scent trail with their nose to the ground and follow that trail by coursing moving from side to side to determine the direction of travel and to locate the source. A dog earns a TD by following a track to yards long with three to five changes of direction.
The goal is to use the scented track to locate an article left at the end of the trail by the tracklayer.
The owner follows the dog on a long leash and can encourage the dog during the tracking test. This is an optional titling event.
In the real world, dogs track through urban settings, as well as through wilderness. A VST dog has demonstrated this ability by following a three- to five-hour-old track that may take him down a street, through a building and other areas devoid of vegetation. Owners who do tracking with their dogs find joy in seeing the dogs at work using their innate scenting skills. If you and your dog like the outdoors, try tracking!
A list of clubs approved to hold Tracking tests can be found in the club search section of our website. Compare Breeds Compare up to 5 different breeds side by side. Preparing For Puppy.