Once your run is over, the secretary will enter the scores and generate a summary sheet for each handler. Keep the sheet for your records and check the hunt score database on the PBGVCA website a few weeks after the hunt to make sure the records are accurate. You can keep your summary sheets in a binder or set up a spreadsheet to keep track of your dog’s records.

You could also keep a journal that includes specifics about what happened on the individual runs (the first time you heard your dog give voice, how many rabbits he started, whether he found the “check,” whether he harked in to his running mates).