“Wyoming Statute Title 23 Game and Fish
23-3-109 (d) A person may use one (1) leashed blood trailing dog to track a wounded or killed big game animal within seventy-two (72) hours of shooting the animal. A person using a dog in this manner:
(i) Shall maintain physical control of the dog at all times by means of a maximum fifty (50) foot leash attached to the collar or harness of the dog;
(ii) Shall wear fluorescent orange or fluorescent pink consistent with W.S. 23 3 113(a);
(iii) May kill the wounded animal using any weapon authorized under the hunting license;
(iv) Shall, in accordance with W.S. 23 3 104, attach the proper coupon to the carcass of any animal killed under the hunting license.
(e) A person acting solely as a dog handler accompanying the licensed hunter that wounded the game animal is exempt from the licensing requirements of this act. Nothing in this section shall be construed to allow a dog handler to hunt without a license.”