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    #1

    dogs

    Hi there,

    which one is correct to refer to a dog for tracking:

    a tracker dog
    a tracking dog
    a dog tracker

    tks
    pete

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    #2

    Re: dogs

    I believe, a tracking dog.

    A drug dog, a sheep dog, a cattle dog, a gun dog, a tracking dog.

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