Damon Bungard has trained Jaeger, his Teckel, which is like a long haired dachshund, to find animals that have been shot, but lost during a hunt. They're really the smallest true working breed that there is. And they're a little bit different body structure. We've kind of Americanized dachsuns. Teckels have little shorter backs with a bit longer legs still very strong. His endurance as a twenty five pound dog still blows my mind. We've put in many, many, many mile days off trail and he's always just keeps going to keeps charging. Anytime there's game around, he loses his mind. They're very independent dogs and very instinctive hunters. So they don't behave. They're not a lab. They're not a, you know, a pointer. They're not looking for a human to tell them what to do at all. They're more of the mindset. I'm going to go find whatever it is I'm supposed to find. And you're gonna show up after I find it. That's kind of their mindset. And that's really the way they work. I mean, they're tested on their ability to sound and loud once they find a fallen prey. You know, they run them with bells and, you know, you can tell what kind of animal it's on by, they'll bark a certain way after a rabbit, they'll bark a certain way when they find a dead animal. And some of the tests, even overseas, is their voice. So they're really interesting dogs.