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Learning How to Lay a Training Track for Police Tracking Dogs and Search & Rescue Dogs

Length: 55 Minutes, 59 Seconds • Released 01-01-2008

Rating: 4/5 Stars

The hardest part about training a police tracking dog is finding track layers.

Every time you ask a new person to lay tracks you have to go through the same ritual. You explain all of the basics and all of the terminology for what needs to be done.

This video is designed to train your track layer. We cover how to walk a straight leg, double laying tracks, kicking corners, marking high to low vegetation, marking road crossings, marking fence crossings, and where to lay articles, along with much much more.


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Learning How to Lay a Training Track for Police Tracking Dogs and Search & Rescue Dogs

Posted: 01-01-2008 • Length: 55 Minutes, 59 Seconds
Categories: Police K9/Military Working Dogs, Working/Sport Dog Training
The hardest part about training a police tracking dog is finding track layers.

Every time you ask a new person to lay tracks you have to go through the same ritual. You explain all of the basics and all of the terminology for what needs to be done.

This video is designed to train your track layer. We cover how to walk a straight leg, double laying tracks, kicking corners, marking high to low vegetation, marking road crossings, marking fence crossings, and where to lay articles, along with much much more.

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