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Event


Title: John Rogerson: Canine Crime Scene Investigation

When: 06/20/2013 at 09:30 to 06/23/2013 at 16:00

Where: Fenlands Recreation Center

CEUs


CPDT-KA:21CBCC-KA:0
CPDT-KSA Knowledge:7CBCC-KSA Knowledge:0
CPDT-KSA Skills:14CBCC-KSA Skills:0

Description


A shrill scream resonates in the dead of the night. You jump out of bed, to realize your partner is missing. As your mind feverishly races to figure what has happened, your friends surround you and convey the bad news – your partner has been kidnapped. As you grapple with your socks and grab your trusty dog’s leash you realize you have only 2 hours before your friend could be killed. Your hands tremble as you command your dog to search. Questions race through your mind… who could it be? Could it be the cannibalistic tribe that lives in the neighboring valley? Or the strange man who accosted your car on the way to the campsite? Another scream pierces the air. Visions of the person being tortured flood your mind. Can you find the lost person before it is too late? Have you always dreamed of becoming Sherlock Holmes? Well, dream no more, join us for this unique opportunity to work hands-on with John: canine scenting and crime scene investigation course – it teaches you how to train a dog to find anything – drugs, explosives, even a lost person. Are you up to the challenge? Do you have it in you to become Sherlock Bones? And train a dog to become Dr. ‘Paw’son? Then take up the gauntlet and read on. Past courses of this type have included: • Tracking, scent detection, advanced control and problem solving • Team and relationship building exercises in a variety of groups • Working on almost every exercise connected to controlling and having lots of fun with your dog • The first couple of days you and your dog receive training to become a super sleuth • The final days participants work in a small team of dogs and handlers while attempting to solve a heinous crime using your canine detective, your powers of observation, and problem solving skills to sort out the case • Arson, explosive, firearm, and drug detection (real weapons, accelerants, explosives and drugs are NOT used) Please Note: This course is not intended for law enforcement officers as it is a fun mys

Sponsor: Wags unlimited

Speaker(s): **John Rogerson


Contact: Annette Young
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 Phone: 4037638781
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Venue


Fenlands Recreation Center
100 Mt. Norquay Rd.

Banff, Alberta T0L0C0
Canada
www.wagsunlimited.com