Kimberly Buchanan

    This is s great search to look at;

    I’m not sure if it’s simply because of the hide location or the change between sun and shadow but note how Scout chases odor out from the wall. Seems she’s done that before. Also, note your body pressure at (:14). You keep moving forward. This is where I would suggest stopping and possible backing up a bit, paying out the line as needed. I think you’re in exactly the spot that Scout needs to be in order to work the hide. Ergo the circle behind you. 🙂

    Essentially Scout resets herself.

    You limit how far she ranges out. Not sure if she needed to go further. She works the channels beautifully then follows the wall to the hide. You gave her plenty of room to work the problem and she was on task! 🙂

    Kimberly Buchanan
    Joyride K9 Dog Training