Discussion in 'Deer Tracking Dogs' started by Brushpile, May 10, 2017.
This is the first one lung shot deer I've ever recovered, and Elke found it alive.
Elkie has been busy! In the last week Elkie tracked 9 hours to recover this gut shot buck that was bumped by the hunter 7 hours after it was shot just forward of the hind legs. This buck would not have been recovered without Elkie, because there was no blood!
Then Elkie took 4 tracks in steep hills, and tracked each over a mile.
Now Elkie is sick and is pooping pancakes. I am resting Elkie now and need advice on how to get a good stool and my dog back to tracking. I have 5 dogs and Elkie is by far the best. My next best dog, Heidi is about to have pups this week.
Now I'm tracking with Breeze, granddaughter of a 2X National Tracking Champ, and is United Blood Trackers Qualified! I need Elkie back!.
Heidi has puppies!
3 males and 3 females.
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