Track and Search eligibility to compete requires a dog to be a minimum of 6 months of age and is not required to gain a Tracking Champion Title.
Track and Search tests are designed to mimic real-life situations where a person has wandered off and become lost.
Tracks are different and cover many surfaces that replicate the unpredictable behaviour of people when they are lost. The time limit for tracks varies from one hour to four hours. Some of the advanced tracks need to be worked in the evening and night.
How long has Track and Search been in Australia?
Track & Search has been in Australia for 13 years.
What natural instinct does Track and Search bring out?
Tracking satisfies a dog's basic need of hunting and using their highly developed ability to follow a scent.
What States/Territories is Track and Search available in?
Track and Search is available in all States and Territories.
Why get into Track and Search?
Track and Search can be intriguing and exciting to watch dogs as they follow a scent through all the levels of urban living.
To find your local Track and Search sport club please visit your local State website: