Mr. Hound Owner,
Our scents have been in use during the past 43 years by U.S. Fish and Wildlife agencies, state Game and Fish Departments, professional dog trainers, hound clubs, World Champion Bear and Coon Field Trials and individuals in every state in America and nine foreign countries.
In error, most training scents are a mixture of rendered fats, stale urine and a mixture of dung and mineral oils which are practically useless as a dog training scent, because of harsh acids and bacteria created by such mixtures.
During the last 60 years of handling and raising most every known fur-bearing and big game animal in America, we have discovered that all animals have nine different sets of glands, which are used in marking territories, communication, for identity, mating and, at times, as warnings. Three of these sets of glands we have found to be responsible in creating and leaving what we call “Body Odors.” These odors are, in fact, tiny scent molecules floating in the air and leaving behind the animal’s true scent trail. It’s left on the ground, on rocks, on timber and on all terrain that the animal travels over. These are the scents that our dogs are trailing. One of the most important factors in creating good natural scent odors is the correct handling and cutting of glands. Another is the use of modern fixatives and preservatives to hold that true, fresh, natural animal odor.
One customer wrote stating, “Your scents smell so real, all they need is hair on them.”
Treat yourself and your dog to a bottle of our 100% PURE GLAND SCENTS, for use in breaking or training.