Search & Rescue Test, page 14

Hunt for Food II Testers hid treats in various places – high, low, in cracks and under objects.  They visit, move away, walk around and generally provide distractions to see how intent the pup will be on using its nose.  The pups had to use their noses to find where the treats were. They were judged on how they how they used their noses and how systematic their searching was.

Pup Rating                                              Additional Observations

Blue Male
Janet: 10
Bonnie: 10

Brown Male
Janet: 10
Bonnie: 9                                                 good hunting

Gray Male
Janet: 9 – 10
Bonnie: 10

Green Male
Janet: 10
Bonnie: 9

Pink Female
Janet: 10
Bonnie: 9

Purple Female
Janet: 9
Bonnie: 8                                                methodical, very nice

Red Male
Janet: 9 – 10
Bonnie: 8

White Male
Janet: 9
Bonnie: 10                                             very nice

Yellow Female
Janet: 10
Bonnie: 10                                             Focused

 

Mr. Gray

Miss Yellow

 

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