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Mon, Feb 14


TaiLWaggersK9Sport, Training Hall

4 Week Session Scent Detection - Skills and Searching (1)

Dogs must be imprinted on the Wintergreen/Pine and Thyme Mondays x 4 weeks (Bi-Weekly) Cost $110 Cost $30 per dog drop-in session (By agreement only - email/message)

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4 Week Session  Scent Detection - Skills and Searching  (1)
4 Week Session  Scent Detection - Skills and Searching  (1)

Time & Location

Feb 14, 2022, 7:00 p.m. EST – Feb 15, 2022, 8:00 p.m. EST

TaiLWaggersK9Sport, Training Hall, 573 Lubitz Rd, Pembroke, ON K8A 6W6, Canada

About the event

Open to existing clients or those who have already taken scent classes elsewhere, (priorty given to current students)and are known to host.

Dogs must be imprinted on all three odours, and understand interior (area) searches and distractors.

Class will focus on skills

Dogs working from vehicles or crates in crating area - some restrictions may apply depending on attendance

Dogs will need boots/socks (not required for first session.

There must be a minimum of 2 dogs in the class, as the number of dogs increases the duration of the class will extend (3/4 dogs is approx 1 hour). Drop-in sessions must be booked before close of play on the previous Sunday

Drop-in $30 per dog or course $110 for 4 weeks

Dates: Feb 14th, 21st, 28th and March 8th

Minimum # of dogs 2

Learn from an experienced and trained instructor.

Instructor: Sharon Needham, Sharon has worked and trained in various different canine nose work applications including Sporting Detection Dogs Association, SDDA (1 dog currently at Excellent Level, 2 pups just  starting), Canadian Kennel Club, CKC Scent Detection, K9 Ratting (Adv level), CKC Tracking (Tracking Dog title), some Human Remains Detection, (HRD) experience.

By registering you are agreeing that you will not hold the owner of any land used or TailWaggersK9Sport liable for any incident involving you and your dog. While we strive to keep everyone safe at all times, as the handler of the dog you have a part to play too. You are responsible for your pet and your pets' actions and any damage that may be caused by your pet.

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