Does anyone know if it's possible to call a dog off a scent? I usually don't mind our beagle following a scent in the yard while we're outside, but sometimes it's not convenient (like when it's POURING RAIN, etc). I'll direct him another way and he just digs his paws in and tries to keep going HIS way and it's a fight to get him to follow me, let alone pee. Like I said, I normally don't mind since it's what beagles are meant for, but when it's pouring rain, freezing cold, we're in a hurry and have to be leaving to be somewhere on time, etc, I just wish he'd "turn off" the nose for a minute and do his business. Usually when he gets on a strong scent all thoughts of peeing are history anyway. So is it possible to train them to "snap out of it"?