Pairing: Why and How Webinar

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There are lots of ways to train Scent Work and introduce the concept to a dog. One of those involves pairing, or placing a treat with the target odor hide itself. In this webinar, we will discuss the reasoning behind this training approach and how you can use in your Scent Work training.

Webinar Details

Pairing is part of the K9 Nose Work® training method and allows dogs to self-reward when they find a hide. But WHY do pairing in the first place? What is the reasoning behind it? Why do some trainers choose to use this method? And if you were interested in giving a try, how would you go about doing it? We will discuss of this, and more, in this webinar.

Speaker

Dianna L. Santos

Length of the Webinar

90-minutes

Should You Take This Webinar?

Are you training in Scent Work or Nose Work? Even if you are using a different approach, it is always a good idea to have as many tools in your toolbox as possible.

Are you planing to, or are currently, competing? Pairing can be a great way to inject some much need drive and excitement into your Scent Work training, especially as you go up the levels.

Are you an instructor? Even if you use pairing in your Scent Work classes right now, have a better idea of how you can explain the WHYS behind it to your students.

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