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Who Let the Dogs Out?
Responsible hunters all strive to make that perfect shot. Afterwards, tracking conditions can sometimes be challenging.
To speed recovery of your harvest, call in the skills of a certified tracking dog. These trained dogs and their handlers have an impressive track record at finding difficult-to-recover deer while supporting the conservation ethic by which hunters live. Don’t hesitate to utilize this option if the need arises!
To locate a tracking dog and to read more about Who Let the Dogs Out by Senior Biologist Keith Griglak, visit www.NJFishandWildlife.com/artdogtrack20.htm.