Testing my bloodhound's nose for fun

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ethernetspit : Also make sure you designate a command to let him know he needs to follow the scent to find something. Like right after you let him sniff the plastic bag you should have a command like, "find it." For my bloodhound, I say "where'd it go" and he knows when I say that I want him to put his nose to the ground and find something. Bloodhounds have the best scent of all dogs, but in general dogs see the world differently through their sensory capabilities than humans do. It is very stimulating for a bloodhound to track thing, makes em super happy. Make sure you praise them when they find whatever you're having them look for.

Mike Harkins : A Nose with a dog attached LMAO!!!

binboda : I was cheering for him so much

SpookY : to simple for a bloodhound! ;-)

Sat P : Nice test, I have heard that a bloodhound can track the scent after a week also.

Jason Toddman : I used to have a black Labrador retriever who could have followed that scent at a run!

YouRideAHorseRatherLessWellThanAnotherHorseWould : And that is why WE can't see the spirit world because it is off the scale just like our ability to track this bone.

Iqbal Preet : This was too easy for blood hound . Next time give something interesting

SpookY : whit good training, your bloudhound can find that bone, 1000 miles away ;-)

ethernetspit : I do the same thing with raw meat. Make sure the dog is not tracking your scent instead of the bone. I usually use a broom strick tied to a piece of raw liver, that way you can tell when your dog is on you scent vs. the scent you want him to track.

News that matter : This bread fascinates to no limits. My friend wanted to create his own version of a Fila Brazilario and effectively used a bloodhound and persa canario . After tweaking the mix a bit with either doubling up on a Persa or pit bull. He managed to get a very formidable protective dog that looks a lot like the bloodhound in size with a persa face and hound eyes and wrinkles. I think this breed holds a lot of potential.

Hopeful Agnostic : I wonder why he didn't take the bone? Maybe he was being polite, and wasn't sure he was allowed to eat it. Maybe he thought he was finding it for you?

Judah Baggerman : Me when I smell chocolate

My1969chevelle : Beautiful dog, our daisy looks just like him. I need to find some exercises like this for her.

Modius : Wow what a great garden!

Wise Warrior's Path : I got a couple redbones, the next evolution of nose for the bounds and the last. My dogs will do this but running really fast haha... If it's a coon but will try it with bone. I got a whole YouTube channel on them. Keep up the good work with these dogs!

Muddaser Abbas : not extraordinary smell sense

Shehzad Vlogs : bloodhound just a nice lovely and amezing dog ... wow <3

Ruemann : Hardly a test..silly

Bazanji : Amazing animal.

Susan Snow : I love how he picks up speed when he gets an air scent toward the end. Good job.

bursegsardaukar : About the description, "a trained bloodhound is the first animal whose evidence is legally admissible in some US courts...which are used in court to match scene-of-crime evidence to criminals." There is a case about a man named William Dillon who was convicted of murder due in part by evidence by a charlatan and his scent dogs. The man was later proven innocent by DNA evidence after 27 years behind bars...

HiperViper95 apclipy : Woooow! Just wow.... what a great dog you got there😉

gmail user 3679 : that bone looks so tasty

Greatmcwhite : I had a ridgeback, who was a 115 lb. cruise missile with a nose. On off leash walks on my deserted country road, I'd let him get almost out of sight, then run for it. I'd be hiding, then hear him run past, slam on the brakes, and circle back. He'd start whimpering, because he knew I was close. He'd flush me out, then I'd run around a boulder, or a vehicle, which drove him wild. He'd leap on top of it, and I'd bolt. The bite(s) I'd get, in the hind, would depend on how much trouble I gave him. R.I.P. Onion, I'll always miss you.

Druga Wojna Światowa : Trzymasz Bloodhounda w kojcu? Tragedia...

there is no eye in preposterous : lol i adopted a blackntan coonhound and he would have found that bone in ten seconds

Amber Driesse : I wish I had this yard. It is so big and beautiful.

Firat Ozcan : Good job for an untrained dog.

Clever Gumball : This is adorable and incredible

Kimberly Christiansen-Morris : Our Basset is a Hudson. <3

250txc : My god, take this down,,, And do not take him to the woods

Boots AreC00L : *"BONER"*

Problem Child : Sherlock Holmes can't tie Hudson's shoelaces, I mean paw-laces.

Bring The Rain : Wow! That is awesome. He must have one strong sniffer

Dhameer Govind : How far can they track something successfully?

84montecarlonazi : she is beautiful I love bloodhounds I live in Pittsburgh so I got a beagle cool vid!

runeshark22 : i miss my old bloodhound, she was a great dig, a good 100 lb beast, but on the other hand i wouldn't trade my pair of walkers for the world

ballethoney : Totally awesome!

Ian Worley : I've been thinking of getting a bloodhound I'm a dude who loves dogs with flappy ears

Dirty Dan : Thats so cool

lf 01 : look at his ears!

naaj ndlovu : Zzfsgsdrfgn.,nah

gv105468 : you sir are good trainer that was amazing I can't lie I had my doubts

dave chew : Why did he put "for fun

John Lee : my ? is a bloodhounds sense of smell is apr 1 million more than ours they have tracked some amazing scenarios but what i ask is how do they handle it when they walk past a perfume store wouldnt that hurt them somehow are they able to turn it off and on

Stephen Bruce : they got those dead body ......People always say the smell gross for everer thing That's crazy

Stephen Bruce : God he's Pretty wow

Stephen Bruce : Holy shit I would've never thought of that LOL XO

Stephen Bruce : I don't know much but they do have a big Heart xo