Kimberly Buchanan

    Wow! What a breakdown of the search, good job!

    This worked nicely! You did a good job of responding to Taku’s changes in direction, supported him when you needed to and stood back at other times. He noticed that food distractor about 4 times, I think. Pawed at it a couple of times but didn’t try to sell you on it and he got paid at odor which was great! I think he had a lot of reinforcement that no matter what distractors are out there, odor is what will pay. Yeah! 🙂

    Oh – and as far as marking the odor find with a “yes” check out my comments on that on Linda’s thread. 😉

    Kimberly Buchanan
    Joyride K9 Dog Training