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Meaney

It's too bad

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It's too bad that there isn't a dog out there that could sniff out morel mushrooms! ooooooor is there? smirk.gif

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I've heard of people training there dogs to find shed antlers, I'm betting that with the right training and encouragement you could train a dog to find morels.

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It is possible for a dog to sniff out morels. It is common in Europe for dogs and even pigs to be trained to find truffels. Truffles are an even more prized fungus than morels!

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ANything is possible. You just need to find a way to do it. They can train dsogs to find just about anything if you have a way to keep the scent for training purposes.

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