Find Your Hide - Proofing for Food and Toys Webinar
In Scent Work, we want our dogs to focus on finding their hide. Learn how to proof them off food and toys in this webinar.
Dianna L. Santos
We simply want our dogs to go into the search area and find their hides, is that so much to ask?! Well, it depends. Have we spent enough time and energy into building sufficient value in the inanimate, meaningless hide we are asking them to find? Does the value of the hide even come close to something else the dog REALLY values?
In this is webinar, the third in a 4-part webinar series, we will walk through how handlers may go about building MORE value in their hides and proof against all manner of food and toy distractors that may otherwise trip their dog up. All the while, we will outline how to be fair and just to our dogs. Training exercises and suggestions will be provided.
This webinar has been approved for 2 NACSW CEUs.
SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR?
Does your dog blow off the search the moment they come across some food or toy distractors? Learn some ways you can bump up the value the hide and help the dog CHOOSE to hunt for their hide instead of obsessing over the food or toy distractors.
Are you competing in Scent Work? Identify training exercises you may want to try before tackling your next trial to better set your team up for success.
Are you a Scent Work instructor? Gain some ideas of exercises and approaches you can try in your program to better prepare your dog and handler teams for success.
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