Passive Alerts: How, Why and Possible Pitfalls Webinar

SCENT WORK WEBINAR

Passive Alerts: How, Why and Possible Pitfalls 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

SPEAKER:

Michael McManus

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

Do you wonder if a passive alert may help you read your dog better? Do you have a “destructiveness” problem you want to fix? Learn the pros and cons, the potential fallout, and how to train a passive alert if you deem it is a good fit for you and your dog.

ENROLLMENT OPTIONS:
WEBINAR REPLAY

WEBINAR REPLAY

$35.00

WEBINAR DETAILS

A trained alert is simply a behavior a dog is trained to do when they reach odor. Active/aggressive alerts are behaviors like barking and scratching, passive alerts are sitting, lying down, or the latest trend, freezing. Many methods of Nose Work or Scent Work begin and prioritize the development of a clear and consistent alert behavior, while other methods allow a dog to choose whatever behavior comes naturally.


In this 90-minute webinar, we will discuss different methods of teaching the passive alert and whether or not it is right for you and your dog.

LENGTH OF THE WEBINAR

90-minutes

SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR?

If you are a trainer, competitor or handler or someone interested in logical arguments behind the whys and why nots, this webinar is for you. 


Also, anyone interested in a few different methods and the pro’s and con’s of each will find this webinar quite helpful and informative.

Michael McManus

Speaker:

Michael McManus

Scent Work Instructor

Short Bio:

A much sought-after speaker, trial official and instructor are due to Michael's extensive expertise and excellent approach that enable dog and handler teams to better achieve their Scent Work training goals.

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