Kimberly Buchanan

    I think this is one of those cases where experience means a lot. The hide was not greatly elevated but the dogs cannot get “around” the hide to make a determination of where the odor is coming from and they really need to investigate the wall itself. Similar to Scout’s search, actually!

    There are a couple of places where we see Biscuit turn back towards the hide. It’s very subtle but important; (:44-:50, :57, 1:03, 1:06) and she turned back again at (1:27). It’s so subtle but these are the things you will need to read from her, respond to and give her permission to complete.

    Hard job for you! 🙂

    Kimberly Buchanan
    Joyride K9 Dog Training