"Learn how to read your dog" is a common phrase in Scent Work. This relates to learning what your dog looks like when they are working odor. However, it is also essential that we have a general understanding of canine body language!
In asking our dogs to hunt, we must understand what the dog is saying throughout the entirety of the search. Can you tell if your dog is focused and working hard on sorting out a particular puzzle or are fading, perhaps even exhausting themselves? Do you know when your dog is being sucked into the environment or succumbing to triggers? Are you aware when your dog is asking you questions, cueing off of you or when you are pulling them off a puzzle with your own body movements? We will discuss all of this and more in this webinar geared toward helping handlers better read what their dogs may be saying during a Scent Work search.
Dianna L. Santos
We have requested CEU approval from CCPDT, KPA and NACSW.
SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR
Are you playing Scent Work now with your dog? Ensure you are well-rounded in the understanding of what your dog is saying throughout the entirety of the search, including at the start line and once all the hides are found.
Are you interested in, or are currently, competing? Be the teammate your dog needs to properly advocate and support them as needed.
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Scent Work University is fortunate to have Dianna grant us license to feature her courses, seminars and webinars on our online dog training platform. All of the content in this course is created by, owned by, and the rights to the content, are reserved to Dianna L. Santos.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING
Probably sound like a broken record, but its easy to follow, makes me (and therefore my dog) enthusiastic, go at my own pace.Introducing Birch Course
What did you enjoy about this course? Took me out of my comfort zone. Making me keep training logs. Teaching me to break down behaviors. That is huge because all I ever see is what I need to work on.Now What Do I Do?! Course
I liked the pace of the course, how the material was presented and most importantly all of the wonderful feedback. I think the at-home learning experience was far better, due to the enormous amount of feedback (and encouragement!) that we would not get as much of in a live class.Introduction to Scent Work Course
The explanation followed by the videos to show the skill or skills. That was helpful. The feedback on my videos was also helpful. The practices each week- gold!NW3 Trial Prep Course
This was the most amazing and insightful seminar I have ever attended on Odor movement and hide placement. WOW! Thank you so very muchHide Placement and Odor Movement Seminar
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