Leash Handling Skills
Do you fret when you have to perform a search on-leash? Are all of your practice sessions done off-leash? Does the thought of using a long-line during a search make you cringe? Become well-rounded with your Scent Work skills and learn to become one with the leash in this 6-week course, your dog will thank you!
The leash or long-line should be a part of your Scent Work toolkit, not an afterthought or worst yet something you dread! In this course we will cover a variety of exercises designed to help you hone your leash-handling skills which will allow your dog to work efficiently and effectively.
Meet Your Instructor
Scent Work Instructor
NACSW Certifying Official
AKC Scent Work Judge
K9 Nose Work® Camp Instructor
Owner of Pawsitive Results
Should I Take This Course?
Do you fret about using a leash or long line during your searches? You are not alone! But, with this course, you will learn how to properly use these tools. That means, no more fretting!
Are you interested in competing or are you competing already? Poor leash handling skills could be costing you Qs!
Are you an instructor? Learn how to better help your students perfect these necessary skills.
What You Will Need for This Course
flat or martingale collar
back-clip harness (optional)
10'-15' long line
LOTS of high-value and smelly treats
crate or area you can stage your dog in while setting up your searches
minimum of 10 boxes of various sizes (good excuse to shop at Amazon!)
target odors (Birch, Anise and/or Clove) and odor vessels (metal tins, straws, tubes, etc.)
earthquake putty or GlueDots
Leash and Long Line Fundamentals
Start Line Skills
Cruising Through Containers
Driving the Vehicle Search
The Ins and Outs of Interiors and Exteriors
Test Your Skills
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