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Following Ghosts: Developing the Tracking Relationship

by John Rice, Suzanne Clothier

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0964652986, Paperback)

Based on John Rice's extensive experiences with his all Golden Retriever Police K-9 unit, this approach to tracking focuses on the relationship between dog & handler, and an understanding of scent from the dog's point of view. Find out why variable surface tracking is not the ultimate goal - but the very best starting point! Learn why food on the track confuses dogs. Discover the perfect tracking field - in your own neighborhood. Track anytime, in almost any weather.

Not a how-to recipe book, Following Ghosts offers a revolutionary and challenging look at tracking, canine abilities and ways to help you and your dog reach your tracking goals. Whether you're a tracking novice or an experienced tracker, this booklet will change your thinking.

Find out why tracking judges like Ted Hoesel (the first VST judge), Search & Rescue Units, police departments & others are not only recommending this book, but buying it for their students as "required reading!"

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:22 -0400)

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