Maintaining Criteria v. Snazzy Searches Webinar

Maintaining Criteria v. Snazzy Searches Webinar

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You and your dog have a solid foundation for your Scent Work training. You may even be trialing, climbing up the levels. You're ready to start tackling some newer and more exciting searches! But in doing so, are you inadvertently compromising your training criteria? We discuss this very real possibility, and how to avoid it, in this webinar.

Webinar Details

Let's face it, some searches and odor puzzles are "snazzier" than others. A giant football field seems more intriguing than a corner of a building. An inaccessible hide gets the blood pumping more than one an accessible one. A 10' hide is far more exhilarating than a 2' hide. The allure for us to rush ahead to when we can start working on these more "fun" searches is very real. And if you're trialing, you may very well see such a problem at trial, even further underlining the need to practice to train for it.

But here is the rub: how can you still practice and train using these odor problems without simultaneously lessening your criteria or changing what the dog may believe the definition of the game really is?!

In this webinar, we discuss common pitfalls to avoid and outline how you can indeed weave these problems into your training to ensure you're progressing without suffering any unintended blow back.

Speaker

Dianna L. Santos

Length of the Webinar

90-minutes

Should You Take This Webinar?

Are you interested in offering more "snazzy" searches for your dog to work out? Take this webinar to ensure you have the full appreciation for the interplay between training criteria and how it is that setup our search areas and training puzzles.

Why choose us?

High-Quality and Effective Training

We design all of our online dog training content to be as high-quality and effective as possible. We are fortunate to partner with outstanding instructors that you will love to work with.

Testimonials

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David L. for Introducing Birch Course

Took me out of my comfort zone.  Making me keep training logs. Teaching me to break down behaviors. And forcing me to look at positives. That is huge because all I ever see is what we need to work on.

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