Odor obedience. You may have heard of the term, but what does it really mean? How do you build it? How do you ensure if your dog has it? Can they lose it!?
Learn all about odor obedience, why it is so important, how to build it in your dog, assess their level of odor obedience and more with this webinar!
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Odor Obedience Webinar
Join us on April 12th at 4:30PM PST/7:30PM EST for this live webinar where you may ask Judith questions in real-time and receive free continual access to the fully edited webinar replay afterwards.
You have questions about odor obedience. What is it? Why is it important? How do you build it? Have those questions answered, and more, with this webinar.
Cannot make the live webinar? No worries! Order the webinar replay and go through it at your own pace. You will enjoy continual access to this replay, which means you may go through it as often as you like and there are no deadlines or cut-off dates to worry about. We fully edit all our live webinars to ensure the audio and video quality is as high as possible. Therefore, the webinar replay will be posted to the site by the end of the day on April 13th.
SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR?
Are you getting started in Scent Work? Having a proper understanding of what is odor obedience is essential to building a solid foundation for your dog in Scent Work.
Are you interested in or currently trialing? Ensure your dog has the level of odor obedience required for competing at trial and that your training plan promotes the proper building and maintenance of odor obedience.
Are you a Scent Work instructor? Gain some tips on how to explain odor obedience, the importance of it and how it can be built to your own clients.
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