John Jeanneney, left, has helped get the use of tracking dogs for recovering deer legalized in more than 25 states. His breed of choise are wire-haired dachshunds.
John Jeanneney, left, has helped get the use of tracking dogs for recovering deer legalized in more than 25 states. His breed of choise are wire-haired dachshunds. Courtesy photo
John Jeanneney, left, has helped get the use of tracking dogs for recovering deer legalized in more than 25 states. His breed of choise are wire-haired dachshunds. Courtesy photo

Tracking dogs can sometimes help recover deer, but not in Kansas

December 14, 2013 5:53 PM

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