Breakdown Canine Body Behavior Module

Instructors must be able to properly read canine body behavior when teaching Scent Work. In this module, we breakdown what those cues are, both general communication and relating to hunting.

Dianna L. Santos

Dianna L. Santos

SEMINAR MODULE DETAILS

THE MATERIAL FOR THIS MODULE WILL BE RELEASED ON 2/20/23.


In this add-on seminar module, we will breakdown the variety of canine body behavior cues instructors teaching Scent Work should be aware of and understand.


CEUs:


This seminar module has been approved for 2 NACSW CEUs.


NOTE: This module is an additional resource to the Teaching Scent Work Seminar by Dianna L. Santos and Lori Timberlake.

SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS SEMINAR MODULE?

Have you taken or are currently going through the Teaching Scent Work Seminar? This module provides a deeper dive into specifically into the essential skill of properly reading canine body behavior.


Are you a newer Scent Work instructor? Ensure you know what to look for whether your canine clients are tackling searches or heading to/from their staging/crating area!


Are you an experienced Scent Work instructor? Have you thought about all the various communications the dogs offer while doing Scent Work? Find ways to share this vital information with you clients so they can better "see" their dogs.

Breakdown Canine Body Behavior Module

Online Scent Work Seminar Add-On Module

2-3 hours

Silver Member

Silver Member

This seminar module includes:

  • Narrated presentation.

  • Video examples.

  • Helpful handouts.

  • Access at any time. 

    • Continual access.

    • No deadlines.

    • No cut-off dates.​

  • Occasional 1.5 Q&A sessions.​

    • Ask speaker questions,​

    • Added to replay page.

WE ARE PRIVILEGED TO OFFER THIS SEMINAR MODULE

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 offering is created by, owned by, and the rights to the content, are reserved to Dianna L. Santos.