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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Catching up with "von Moosbach-Zuzelek" teckels

 A winter issue of Hunting Illustrated Magazine has a really nice story about Justin Richins' Remi (Remy von Moosbach-Zuzelek) and his first 200-class mule deer. During the 2013 hunting season Remi recovered 10 mule deer for

This picture shows Tarah von Moosbach-Zuzelek owned by Woody Harmon from Huntsville, TX at a recent blood tracking workshop in Hamilton, TX. Woody entered Tarah in a UBT-II test, which she passed. Congratulations Woody, and thank you for all your hard work.

On January 18 Tarah participated in another, local blood tracking competition. It was a multi-breed event that included 9 dogs. The breeds present there were a Bavarian Mountain Hound, Treeing Walker, Blue Lacy, and so on. The track was around 700 yards, and went through varied cover that included a knee-high grass and crossing 40-yard wide Harmon Creek (dog owners were in canoes). All the dogs were turned loose (off lead) at the same time. The first part of the track included a back track. As it turned out Tarah was the only dog who got to the end of the track and she did it under 30 minutes. Woody was happy to collect the $350 prize! Good things come in small packages - Tarah is just 15 lbs!

Woody Harmon with Tarah and Bill Schultheis with Ellie (Utah von Moosbach-Zuzelek) at the blood tracking workshop in Hamilton, Texas. It is no nice to see our dogs being trained for their real job!

Just another day in the office for Ellie (Utah von Moosbach-Zuzelek). Thank you Bill for the great picture!

1 comment:

Lindsjö taxar said...

You must be very proud of all your puppies working like that. And its needed as I can tell. Great job from all owners with tracking