Today on the show we’re joined by professional dog trainer Jeremy Moore to talk about “deer dogs” and how they can help you find sheds and wounded deer. We’ll also discuss what you need to know when using someone elses blood trailing dog to find your hit deer. Whether you have a dog or not, you’re going to want to give this one a listen. Pretty fascinating stuff.
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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
– Who Jeremy Moore is and what his company Dog Bone does
– Can you train a dog to hunt sheds and blood trail deer?
– Does a dog need to be a puppy to learn how to shed hunt or track deer?
– What dog breeds are best for “deer dogs”?
– How to start training a shed hunting dog
– How much does a shed dog actually help?
– Insight into how dogs smell
– If you have no interest in shed hunting dogs, but DO want tips on using a blood tracking dog – fast forward to 1:10 to get tips on how to find a blood tracking dog for hire and how to handle that situation
– How to train your own dog to track wounded game
– Find out who won our new hat giveaway!
– And much more!
Show Notes, Resources, Links:
– To learn more about Jeremy and his products visit the Dog Bone website
– To read about my experiences starting the training process with my dog Booner, check out my article “Training My Dog To Shed Hunt – Tips and Strategies for Training A Dog To Find Antlers”
– Be sure to follow along with my co-host Dan’s other adventures at The Nine Finger Chronicles
– If you haven’t yet, head to our podcast page to listen to our other episodes
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