Introduction to NASDA's Lost Item Recovery Class
Introduction to NASDA's Lost Item Recovery Class

Introduction to NASDA's Lost Item Recovery Class

Introduction to NASDA's Lost Item Recovery Class

Regular price $35.00
  • NASDA Program
  • Instructor: Donna Morgan Murray
  • Length: 90 minutes
  • Continual Access

How to teach your dog to find human scent.

North American Sport Dog Association (NASDA) is a rapidly growing scent sport competition venue for all breeds of dogs. NASDA was formed in 2016 to demonstrate the breadth of canine olfactory abilities. Trials are designed to resemble both working and competitive fieldwork. Teams can earn titles and championships showcasing their abilities in hunting and searching situations.

The Lost Item Recovery class has two pathways to earn titles:  via live trials and online video submission. 

In this webinar, an overview of the rules for both pathways will be presented.  The majority of the webinar will focus on how to train dogs to find and alert on human scented items.  The objectives of this webinar include gaining an understanding of the rules and the titling requirements for the Lost Item Recovery classes that NASDA offers and developing a training plan to participate in this part of NASDA.  As a side benefit, the next time you lose your keys, perhaps your dog can find them for you!


This webinar would benefit anyone who:

  • is looking for a new scent sport for their dog
  • is interested in hosting a NASDA trial
  • is considering offering NASDA skill training for their students
  • wants to become a NASDA judge
  • wants to learn more about NASDA

NASDA Program Instructor

Donna Morgan Murray

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- Continual access to the replay.
- Access to all associated resources.
- May email speaker with questions.

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