The driven hunt is a collective form of hunting that involves many different roles without which the proper development and success of the brush beating are impossible. On a mound or brush of several hundred hectares, a series of “armadas” or lines of hunting posts are formed, surrounding and covering the terrain. Hunting dogs play a very special role in this form of hunting and it would be impossible without them. Led by their respective dog handler, the “rehalas” are released, moving in from one or more ends of the brush. They beat the brush in different directions so that the fleeing game attempt to break through the hunting lines. Although this would appear to be a very planned action, the truth is that monteria is a form of hunting that requires a high level of observation, attention, silence, and accuracy by the hunter. So we recommend being attentive from the first till the last moment in the Monteria.