Recently I had the great pleasure of working in Kenya on a project for my friend Jason Crafter of Invictus K9.
I spent 10 days in Masai Mara working with the Rangers there. I was delivering an anti-poaching detection dog and training the handlers. I will post more about this trip, the great work of the Mara Conservancy and the Rangers there.
For now here is a picture taken one afternoon while traveling from the Oolololo gate to the out post near the Tanzanian boarder.
I was told this cheetah is a mother raising 5 cubs.
I am experimenting with different formats for sharing training information.
Click here to see the new training article format. This will open a flip book that has four different complimentary explanations of the retriever drill Force to the Pile.
The flip book offers an outline- a video- the transcript of the video with photos captured from the video and then it ends with a more detailed explanation of the drill.
Try it out and let me know what you think
I needed an assembly manual to ship with our training wheel. We have been shipping a printed pdf with each wheel. I wanted to have a manual available for download.
This shows two new formats. the first is a flip book. If you click on the picture of Amber you will be redirected to a flip book that you can view online.
If you click on the link below you can download a pdf and save or print at your pleasure.
You will need to use your browser’s back button to return to this site after you view/download the document
Over the course of almost two years working with home built detection training carousels I designed these wheels.
We have them built in Smithsburg and offer them for sale on my Tactical Directional Canine website
Here is a short clip of DD working two wheels, one hot one not.