Classes Available


New Brunswick


Scent Detection Classes

Posted By

Doug Teeft on September 12, 2015 AT 04:09

End Date

September 23, 2017


Scent Detection Classes Stoakley's Professional dog boarding will be hosting SDDA Judge Doug Teeft SEPT 23rd &24th for 2 day workshop Introduction to scent work The Sport of Scent Detection Sporting Detection is the fun and competitive version of scent detection such as for narcotics, termites or explosives, and is also known as “nosework”. SDDA competitions use legal scents that are easily purchased and stored by the average person. The dog must locate any and all hidden target scents within a designated area and alert the handler to the location. It is a true partnership sport in which both ends of the leash must rely on one another. Schedule Saturday 23rd, 9am to 12 noon Establishing the foundation Learning the Hunt game Introduction to the scent Introducing articles Drive building NOON A light lunch will be provided Saturday 1pm to 4pm Continuing the article work Establishing a solid indication Communications with your dog Introduction of hides up






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