Kimberly Buchanan

Normally I would say to stand back when the dog is working out the problem unless they need your support. But Scout didn’t really pay attention to you behind her. Normally I would say don’t move off quite so much after finding a hide. But Scout chose her own direction. Normally I would say don’t pay the dog again when they go back to a previous hide. But Scout didn’t seem to be getting greedy so much as using them to navigate (as you note).

So, overall a good search for you two! 🙂

Kimberly Buchanan
Joyride K9 Dog Training