Our company policy on a wounded game animal is if you draw blood that is your animal.
We are committed to the retrieval of any and all wounded game. Animals may be harvested only after the guide has given the okay to do so. In the event of a wounded animal, additional support staff will assist you and your guide in the search. One of my employees or I will assist with an aircraft during your search, weather permitting. In the event your search was unsuccessful, afterward. Our search does not end when you leave. We make a point to return to the location on later hunts and do continue our air search, if weather permits, looking for ravens or predators working the kill site.
Everyone loses in the case of a critically wounded animal, especially the animal, so be sure of your shot. Try not to take low-percentage shots, do not shoot if the animal is too far away or in a position that a second shot is not probable. The final decision on whether you shoot or not is in your hands as the hunter, so only pull the trigger when everything feels good.