If you are wound a deer and need assistance from a handler with a leashed tracking dog, you have several options depending on your location:
1. The United Blood Trackers is a national organization, who has several members in New York. For NY listings click here
2. Deer Search of Western NY call (716) 648-4355
3. Deer Search of Finger Lakes call (585) 935-5220
4. Deer Search in Eastern and Central NY call (845) 227-5099
In New York handlers are required to obtained a leashed tracking dog license from DEC. For detailed regulations associated with the license click here.
Below are just few pictures showing bow-shot deer recovered in 2014 by wirehaired dachshunds. There are many other talented handlers and dogs of various breeds who recover a lot of deer in the New York State. We will try to showcase them later on. These pics represent just a small sample, and because they show dogs out of our or related breeding, they were easily available to us.
|Karma is owned by Kevin Armstrong from South Bristol. |
He is a member of the United Blood Trackers
|Again Kevin Armstrong with Karma|
|This is a first tracking season for Rob Carlton and Vinnie. Rob is a member of the United Blood Trackers and Deer Search of Finger Lakes.|
|Walt Dixon owns two wirehaired dachshunds.This doe was recovered by a young Dachs.|
|Walt Dixon, a member of the United Blood Trackers and Deer Search of Finger Lakes, |
resides in Tully. This deer was recovered by his 11-year-old Ari.
|This gorgeous buck was recovered by Walt Dixon and his Dachs.|
|Matt Sacco, a member of the United Blood Trackers and Deer Search of Finger Lakes, tracks with a young Heidi. Matt lives in Ithaca.|
|Bob Yax, a member of Deer Search of Finger Lakes, tracks with with Thor.|
|Another deer recovered by Bob Yax and Thor.|