Tracking Corgis


Tracking Corgis

Pembroke and Cardigan Corgi's which participate in the sport of tracking

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Comment by Cheri on October 12, 2009 at 6:00pm
I'm attempting to teach my Cardigan Welsh Corgi to track. This is like a sine wave! One day he's like a dog on rails. He goes right to the glove with only minor deviations to check out things. Then the next time we go out he'll do what we've deemed as "crittering". His ears go up, his entire body tenses and he sticks his snout down in the grass and sucks the dirt up off the ground! And he won't stop. I can yell LEAVE IT and put him back on the track and he'll go right back to get the critter. I know we'll eventually get to were we can pass a TD, but this is frustrating. I never know what dog I've got from one day to the next!

Yesterday he was on rails. He even tracked right through a mole colony without "crittering". Today he did the first track fine and then on the second track he got hauled back to the truck because he started crittering and wouldn't stop. *sigh* Sometimes having independent thinkers isn't all it's cracked up to be.

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