The Triangle search surprised me the most – both on Monday and again today. Baxter wants to zip through any search, and is usually pretty good at following his nose right to the hide. BUT, I noticed on Monday and again today that he tends to cut across the corners – effectively skipping the end box every time.
Now, it may well be that he has already ruled out any odor being in those boxes and is heading on a direct course to the next hide, but WE know that, depending on what that missed container is made of (like fabric, for example), there COULD have been a hide there that he could’ve missed unless he went all the way to and around those end boxes/containers.
Very interesting and enlightening exercise. 🙂