Man-Trailing : How to Train Your Bloodhound
The extraordinary sensory skills of dogs are often indispensable, but especially in search and rescue missions. In man-trailing, the dog's sense of smell can be trained to find and follow vital human trails. With the aid of an object that is clearly scented with a missing person's smell, the tracking dog can identify the correct trail among numerous human and environmental scents. Filled with the latest research and practice, this is a comprehensive manual on tracking and a fascinating insight into the dog's unique sensory skills. It explains all aspects of man-trailing: which dogs are qualified, how the dog's sensory skills work, practical equipment, and man-trailing training and practice. It gives useful advice on what the dog's behaviour tells you.
- Paperback | 96 pages
- 170 x 240 x 10mm | 318g
- 01 Nov 2008
- Cadmos Equestrian
- Brunsbek, Germany
- Fully illustrated
"This is not only a wonderful introduction to man-trailing, but it also will help owners appreciate and better understand the world from a canine perspective." "Dog World"
About Christiane Liebeck
Christiane Liebeck is a leading expert in the field of mantrailing and has worked with other international dog trainers in this field. Christiane continues to train her two Bracken siblings, who have given their services to the Police to help in many mantrailing cases. Christiane believes that promoting and training a dog's individual talent is a prerequisite for its happiness, and the basis for a successful partnership between humans and their dog companions.