• toller tracking


  • Tracking is a canine sport where dogs recognize and follow a specific human's scent on the ground and identify objects dropped by that person in a judged test. The sport is based on the work of tracking dogs in Search and Rescue.
  • The first tracking test was part of an obedience trial held on September 13, 1937, as reported in "The Story of Dog Obedience" by Blanche Saunders.
  • Tracking tests are pass/fail only. The highest title is Champion Tracker.
  • Tollers have a keen nose, a desire to work and a goal oriented nature. These qualities combine to make excellent tracking dogs.