MARCH2018 Morton/Method (MIL SPEC K9’s)

Previously:http://blog.caninetactical.com/newsletter/febuary2018-mortonmethod-mil-spec-k9s/ The muzzle concept is the core of Morton/Method.  A Working Canine must do a full mission profile in a muzzle.  A full mission profile is detection/article work in all areas: tracking suspects, locating suspects in building search, and bite to detection transitions.  A full mission profile means all areas are conducted in uninterrupted succession.  […]

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FEBUARY2018 Morton/Method (MIL SPEC K9’s)

Previously: http://blog.caninetactical.com/newsletter/january2018-mortonmethod-mil-spec-k9s/ After approximately 3 weeks on-site as a group, Canine Eudoris® 1, 2, 3, and 4 began to take bite work seriously.  Their high fight drive emerged very much like Eudoris® Actual and I noticed very minimal equipment fixation.  The video below shows what you would typically see in puppies around the same age in […]

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January2018 Morton/Method (MIL SPEC K9’s)

Previously: http://blog.caninetactical.com/newsletter/december2017-mortonmethod-mil-spec-k9s-intro/ Proof of concept began 13Jan2017 when seven Eudoris® Clones were born.  My goal is to experience firsthand the practicality of Clone placement in this field, including: does genetic memory apply, will they process equally the desire to work, will each one possess the desired traits and temperament as Eudoris® Actual?  Well, if training day one […]

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December2017 Morton/Method (MIL SPEC K9’s) Intro

The one thing that is consistent with my business is that I am always working towards creating an elite working canine in my breeding program.  Sometimes, Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate or is inconsistent. It takes a lot of time and effort to properly care for, house, feed, raise, and train each pup to adulthood, only […]

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June2017 Morton Method/Newsletter (Handler Involvement)

Tracking a suspect using your k9 is an art form for the handler. Too many handlers, though, rely on their canine too much during the track. Most times I see handlers problem solve tracking, they are trying to fix issues that are hereditary in the canine, or trying to fix issues in the dog, when in reality it is the handler’s issues that should be […]

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