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Hunting Strategies - Dogs
Transcript of Hunting Strategies - Dogs
positive reinforcement Whippet - sight hound Coonhound - scent hound E- Collars Hounds •Sight hunting: Dogs are especially useful in sight hunting because the game has yet to be discovered. It's known to be in the area, but hasn't often come into open view. The aid of a dog's sense of smell could reduce the amount of time it takes to locate prey.
•Stand hunting: Dogs aren't as useful in stand hunting (a common method of deer hunting), in which the hunter picks a location and waits there for animals to expose themselves.
•Stalking: Hunters track down an animal that they can see but is too far away for a clean shot. They slowly move toward it, trying not to be seen or heard. A dog might not be the best companion here because it may not be quiet enough.
•Driving: A group of hunters will intentionally make noise in hopes of scaring their game and forcing it out into the open. This method is very appropriate for hunting with dogs [source: the Hunting Dog]. Spaniels The different types of hunting are. . . Dog Whispering A dog whisperer is a person with the capacity to understand and interpret canine communication. A dog whisperer can be helpful in correcting canine behavior issues and training. This is an unconventional way of dealing with your dog. This is very basic training for obedience commands and usually isn't sufficient enough for a practicing hunting dog. It serves as a foundation, but more intensive training should follow. Conventional Training Chocolate Labrador Retriever Brittany Spaniel Gordon Setter THE END!