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Old August 14th 04, 11:19 PM
Bill Hanna
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Hi,

I am doing a bit of experimenting with various scents. Anyone have any
recommendations for good suppliers? In particular dog-in-heat scent?

Thanks

BTW... My email address is valid.
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Old August 14th 04, 11:47 PM
Bill Hanna
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On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 17:22:54 -0500, While running hot, diddy
posted:
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Bill Hanna wrote in
:

Hi,

I am doing a bit of experimenting with various scents. Anyone have any
recommendations for good suppliers? In particular dog-in-heat scent?

Thanks

BTW... My email address is valid.
--
Bill

Honor the soldier. Not the war.


I train tracking dogs. I've VERY interested in what you are doing with
scents.
I always swabbed dogs in heat and stored the cotton balls in the freezer. I
imagine you could get any vet to do swabs and store/collect/keep them for
you.
For a fee, I'm sure,
Now, what are you going to do with them?


Sorry. It is nothing of real interest. I am just trying to assist a
friend
who is doing some grad school experiments.

And because he is hoping to have results worthy of publishing, I cannot
explain much further.

Do you know any good suppliers of scents?

BTW... What do you do with the in-heat scents? Do you use them to try to
distract a tracking dog?

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Bill

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Old August 15th 04, 12:15 PM
Ron Hardin
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There used to be National Scent Company; I don't know if bitch in heat
was one of the scents (they had stuff like rabbit, deer, ... for
training dogs to track those; I used them to train not to track
anything but the track they started out on, ie. to ignore those).
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Old August 15th 04, 04:01 PM
Bill Hanna
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On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 22:06:35 -0500, While running hot, diddy
posted:
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Bill Hanna wrote in
:

On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 17:22:54 -0500, While running hot, diddy
posted:
.
Bill Hanna wrote in
:

Hi,

I am doing a bit of experimenting with various scents. Anyone have
any recommendations for good suppliers? In particular dog-in-heat
scent?

Thanks

BTW... My email address is valid.
--
Bill

Honor the soldier. Not the war.


I train tracking dogs. I've VERY interested in what you are doing with
scents.
I always swabbed dogs in heat and stored the cotton balls in the
freezer. I imagine you could get any vet to do swabs and
store/collect/keep them for you.
For a fee, I'm sure,
Now, what are you going to do with them?


Sorry. It is nothing of real interest. I am just trying to assist a
friend
who is doing some grad school experiments.

And because he is hoping to have results worthy of publishing, I
cannot explain much further.

Do you know any good suppliers of scents?

http://www.adirondackoutdoor.com/luresinfo.htm


BTW... What do you do with the in-heat scents? Do you use them to try
to distract a tracking dog?

I did. I had an intact male dog. I wanted to keep him on track during
coyote breeding season.
He died a month ago. He was the most reliable, honest, talented dog that I
ever have worked behind.


Very sorry to hear of his loss.

Please email me I want to discuss something in a less public forum.

--
Bill

Honor the soldier. Not the war.
 




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