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Monday, October 8, 2012

Team work at its best: Deer Search's Jagdterrier and Dachshund recover a bear

We received a note and a bunch of really nice pictures from Pete Martin, a Deer Search member who tracks with a seven-month-old Lisa von Moosbach-Zuzelek, Billy's daughter.
Pete writes: "On October 5, 2012 Marc Niad with Jagdterrier Dakota and Pete Martin with Dachshund Lisa recovered a black bear for a hunter in Orange County in the town of Monroe. The bear was shot from a tree stand about 20 yards away. The bear circled in a loop about 50 yards and took off through a swamp. Both dogs were side by side scenting the bear. We worked well together as a team. This was the hunter's first bear with a bow after hunting 30 plus years. Congratulations Jerry."
Pete Martin with Lisa and Marc Niad with Dakota next to Jerry the hunter and his bear.

Deer Search and United Blood Trackers member with his experienced and highly successful Jagdterrier Dakota.

Great picture of Pete Martin with Lisa. You guys look good!
Lisa's coat has been groomed in advance of tracking season.

1 comment:

Lindsjö taxar said...

Great job of the two. We have German Jagdterrier as hunting dogs. They are pretty alround. Many uses them for wild boar hunting, roes and also as tracking dogs.