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    Exclamation Warwickshire Bank Monday holiday tracking afternoon

    Following on from my last successful tracking afternoon
    i thought I would do another
    this coming Bank holiday monday
    to be held near Warwick in Warwickshire

    tracks will be either
    3-4 hour old over 400m
    and/or
    20hr+ old over 600m

    Tracks will be laid with fallow cleaves and scent shoes..no blood
    will give those that are putting a little effort into their training a chance to see how they are getting on
    and anyone who may be thinking of doing a UKDTR tracking test to see how ready you are
    spaces are limited
    and there is no cost to this except to come with a freindly open mind
    please comment on this post or pm me to book a place
    ATB
    Richard

    UKDTR. Deer track and recovery
    Free of charge and confidential service

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    I would fancy a go at this, not sure if the pup will be quite ready for such a track with no blood at all. I have cut down on the amount of blood I use but normally put the odd drop along the track just to reassure the dog she's on the right line. Still sure the experience would be good for her.
    All I would say Richard is after attending your initial training day I would suggest each dog is only got out of it's vehicle when it is its turn to track. That way there's less distraction from other dogs. Also you need to make sure there are no contaminants (skins, cleaves, blood etc) in the area to give the dog a hard time.
    I'll confirm a little nearer the time depending on bookings etc.

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    Guys and gals
    due to unforeseen events out of my control
    i have had to cancel this day
    I will put up a new date shortly
    thank you to those that had already booked on
    many thanks Richard

    UKDTR. Deer track and recovery
    Free of charge and confidential service

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmaster View Post
    I would fancy a go at this, not sure if the pup will be quite ready for such a track with no blood at all. I have cut down on the amount of blood I use but normally put the odd drop along the track just to reassure the dog she's on the right line. Still sure the experience would be good for her.
    All I would say Richard is after attending your initial training day I would suggest each dog is only got out of it's vehicle when it is its turn to track. That way there's less distraction from other dogs. Also you need to make sure there are no contaminants (skins, cleaves, blood etc) in the area to give the dog a hard time.
    I'll confirm a little nearer the time depending on bookings etc.
    John
    just give us a bell
    we can sort out a track to suit your ability mid week evening if needed
    i'm pretty flexible as a rule
    kind regards
    richard

    UKDTR. Deer track and recovery
    Free of charge and confidential service

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