One of the best arguments for selecting a dachshund tracking prospect is that they are easy to train and eager to please. Learning to stay on the right scent line is the most difficult thing a tracking dog has to learn, and a good dachshund picks this up more quickly than most breeds of hounds that are not as handler oriented.
Dates: June 1,2,3, 2013
Location: Coon Rock horse and Hunt club
6180 Erdman Road
Arena, WI 53503
For more info and pricing Trackfest 2013
United Blood Trackers
United Blood Trackers (UBT) welcomes you into the world of tracking dogs for the recovery of wounded big game. We are all brought together by our love for our dogs and our mission to find wounded animals for hunters.
Dogs used for recovering wounded game are often referred to as “blood trackers” but the term can be misleading. Usually our blood trackers are used to track when there is little or no blood. With training and experience a dog can learn to distinguish and track an individual wounded animal by other scents rather than just its blood. Tracking dogs are primarily used to track whitetail deer, but they are also very effective for recovering bear, moose, elk, mule deer and exotics.
If you are looking for information on training, or if you are simply looking for help from a tracking dog and handler, we can help. UBT has a wonderful group of people dedicated to serving hunters. We provide tracking dogs, and we help train others in the fine art of using them. It is also our mission to promote legalization of tracking dogs in all 50 states. If you feel as we do, come join us.
United Blood Trackers is dedicated to promoting resource conservation through the use of trained tracking dogs in the ethical recovery of big game. We support recovery efforts afield, the education of hunters, the training and testing of dog handlers and their dogs, and legislative efforts to promote blood tracking.