Deer tracking dog, it’s that time of the year. With the opening of deer hunting and the rut just around the corner, this is a hot topic that we receive a ton of questions on. So, we made this podcast covering just that.
A deer tracking dog, or game recovery dog, is the best way to either recover a marginally hit deer, or have confidence that the deer is in fact still alive. There are a ton of different advantages that a dog that tracks deer brings to the deer hunter.
The good news for hunters is that almost all dog breeds have the ability to track, it’s in their DNA. The even better news: you can train your dog to track deer, no matter the breed or age. It’s actually very simple, and is the best way to do everything you can as a hunter to recover your deer. DogBone offers you all the tools and information you need to succesfully train your own dog to track deer.
As always, thanks for tuning in and keep the questions coming!
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