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Scent and the assistance dog sent an assistance dog has truly been a giant step forward it has revolutionised assistance dog training throughout the world. From diabetes alert through to the recently more discovered epileptic alert. I will discuss simple methods that could be used and developed in many aspects of scent-work The objectives for this webinar will encourage the candidates to think about and address the following: How can we introduce this to trained assistance dogs? An insight into, an ‘open method’ of training using PTSD Nightmare alert as an example Could nose-work be used as ‘release’ for the working assistance dog?
Sponsor:Pet Professional Guild
Speaker(s):Dr. Robert Hewings