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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Pictures of recent deer recovered by blood tracking dachshunds

I am just about to leave for field trials in Ohio, and I will be gone for five days.I am leaving you with the link to John's excellent article posted on the North American Teckel Club blog The Alternative to the Wiener Dog.

Also below are pictures of deer recovered by blood tracking dachshunds. Their handlers are very dedicated to tracking, and help hunters who need their services. I know that few days ago Susanne went on four calls! Congratulations and a big thank you for such a dedication.

Susanne Hamilton from Maine and her teckel  Buster found  this gut shot doe, 50 yards blood, then nothing for 300 yards through windy fields and apple orchards, saturated with deer.

Susanne and Buster found beautiful this 8 pointer, which was still alive ( leg/paunch hit).

Darren Doran's Karl followed a 300yd track past the point of loss and found this liver shot 8 pointer.

John Jeanneney and Joeri found the deer in Greenville, NY, few days ago.


MTWaggin said...

Some VERY busy dogs and handlers! Good luck at the trial.

Lindsjö taxar said...

Good job! They are really very good trackers all dogs. Look into Marian Hunting Stories blog of today :-)I have her on my bloglist.