Re: Since day 1...he ALWAYS has his nose to the ground
I think that some dogs are wired for tracking at birth. All dogs can be taught to track, but some are just born with that love, instinct, drive, what ever you want to call it.
So you need to look around and see what types of training are available to you within a reasonable driving distance. AKC tracking is different than SchH tracking, so if you ever want to do SchH, start with SchH style tracking first. SchH tracking is deep nose foot step tracking, AKC is more loose, the dog can track or air scent as long as they stay close to the track and find the items. SchH is more exacting, must stay on track with the nose working.
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