SCENT WORK WEBINAR
Creative Searches at Home Webinar
Virtual presentation with discussion
Replay is available on continual basis
NO cut-off dates or deadlines
Go through the material as often as you wish
Dianna L. Santos
Are you feeling as though your Scent Work practice sessions are getting stale? Does the thought of having to scour the neighborhood for a place to practice not sound like your ideal cup of tea? In this webinar, we will discuss how you can set-up some creative and challenging, yet fair and fun searches right at home.
Whether we are competing or not, Scent Work practice sessions can sometimes seem as though they are awfully repetitive and drab for the handler. One of the most common solutions to this problem is for people to run out and practice at a novel location.
While taking your training on the road is indeed important, you can also spice up your practice sessions right at home as well! We will go over some ways you can become more creative with your practice sessions to help keep them challenging, yet fair and fun for your dog.
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SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR?
Are you stuck at home and do not know how to keep your Scent Work training fresh, exciting and fun for both you and your dog? This webinar is designed to solve this very problem! We provide a variety of search examples and walk you through how you can build off of these concepts to create your own creative and fun odor puzzles for your dog to work out!
Dianna L. Santos
Owner and Lead Instructor
The President of Online Dog Training, Inc. and Cyber Scent Work, Inc., Dianna is the Owner and Lead Instructor for Scent Work University. She is passionate about Scent Work and loves the benefits it awards dogs and handlers alike.
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