1. List what the trail layer is responsible for providing in the course of trailing training.
The appropriate amount of ground disturbance for the conditions and the dog’s level of training.
A proper start or scent pad.
An accurate age of each trail.
An accurate measurement of the total distance of the trail along with the length of each respective leg of the trail.
The exact location of the entire trail.
Properly formed and plotted turns in the trail.
An appropriate ending to the trail that provides an effective reward to the dog.
An accurate diagram or map of the trail for record and utilization while working the trail.