Sass, as well as fellow K-9 handler and avid bowhunter Tracie Erickson, were confident Chance would find Bob regardless of the scent-control measures. But we all expected a significant variance in the time it would take. If the measures had any real effect, we assumed we'd see some hesitation or uncertainty on Chance's part—particularly given that the other boxes also contained human scent. But that simply didn't happen. As the test progressed, Chance got increasingly excited and perhaps ran a bit faster when swinging downwind, but once he got downwind, the time it took him to nail Bob was the same—it was more or less instantaneous.