Keeping Scent Work FUN Webinar
Scent Work is a dog sport activity that celebrates the dog for being a DOG! This reason alone is why many dogs LOVE the game of Scent Work. Yet, particularly when we are competing, the fun can start to fade away. In this webinar, we discuss how you can ensure to keep your dog's love for the game high.
When we are getting ready for trial or moving up the levels, our training starts injecting harder exercises. This can include such things as inaccessible hides, extreme elevations, blank search areas, huge search areas, distractions galore and much more. However, a common side-effect of this progression is a reduction in your dog's excitement and love for the game. And your dog is the one with the nose...if they do not want to play the game anymore you are in a lot of trouble!
In this webinar we will discuss how you can still continue to progress in your training, perfecting advanced skills while still keeping the game FUN for the dog!
SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR?
Are you getting ready for trial or moving up the levels? See how you can design your training exercises to ensure your dog continues to love the game.
Are you a Scent Work instructor? Help your students see the importance of keeping their dog's enthusiasm high while balancing their desire to move up the levels.
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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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