Administrator & LOTR Addict
Join Date: Apr 2000
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
No, not too old at all.
Tracking in the mornings when there is moisture is easier for the dog, but not absolutely necessary.
Grass or loose dirt/sandy loam works best (I prefer the former).
I still like Gary Patterson's book: Tracking: from the beginning. I do a few different things now than when I started my first dog, but this is a very good book to begin with.
Finding a club is also highly recommended as others have pointed out.
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Vala SchH3 AWD1 FH2 CGC B/HOT, SG1 Deja IPO3 AWD1 KKL1 B/HOT, SG Elena IPO1 KKL CGC B/HOT, LB (the ugly little sable) IPO1 AD B/HOT, Donovan IPO1 TR2 AD, and gone but not forgotten, Nike SchH1 OB1 TR3 AD CGC HOT, Treue SchH3 CD CGC HOT