Making Scent Work Fun for the Handler Webinar
A common complaint for people who are first getting involved in Scent Work is that it is boring for the handler. Not as fun and high-octane as agility! It is true that Scent Work focuses more on the dog, but that is part of the allure! In this webinar, we will discuss some ways instructors and handlers alike can ensure Scent Work practice sessions are more engaging for handlers and their dogs.
Let's face it: handlers are the ones who drive their dogs to group in-person classes, field trips, set-up practice sessions and so on. In other words, the dog needs their handler in order to play the Scent Work game. But if the handler thinks Scent Work is boring, the likelihood they will do all of this is much, much lower, if not nonexistent. There are things both instructors and handlers can do to ensure the handlers are more engaged in the dog's Scent Work journey. We discuss these tips in this webinar.
SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR?
Have you ever thought Scent Work was "boring" for the handler? Well, in this webinar we will outline ways it can be fun for dog and handler alike!
Are you an instructor? The dogs need our help to ensure their people continue playing the sniffing game with them, so take this webinar for tips on how you can keep this activity fun for your human clients as well!
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Dianna L. Santos
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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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