Canine Nose-work Training for Rehabilitation

Details

Instructor: Nelson Hodges, IACP, CDT, CDTA, PDTI, CIS

Prerequisite: None

IACP CEUs: 21 hours

Cost: $450.00

Location: CHRI Center, Blue Ridge, Texas, USA

Course 6

This Three Day Course covers the use of Nose-work, scent work, trailing and air scent work for the purposes of canine rehabilitation. These methods are taught with dogs that may or may not have a predilection for utilizing their olfactory capabilities. The Course covers Olfactory capabilities, usage, theory of scent, purpose of using canine noses and brain aspects for rehabilitation of behaviors. The Course covers methods, exercises, field applications, and relevant human input as a handler for guidance.

These methods can be used as beginning steps for more serious scent work lines.

Attendees may bring their own dogs.

Instructor: Nelson Hodges, IACP, CDT, CDTA, PDTI, CIS

Prerequisite: None

IACP CEUs: 21 hours

Cost: $450.00

Location: CHRI Center, Blue Ridge, Texas, USA

Testimonials

“I’m seriously going to need a lot of time to even begin to process everything I learned this weekend. I am no longer a skeptic — we are living with dogs all wrong, myself absolutely included” Shaina Lynn

“It was such a huge learning experience for both myself and Kenji, as it immersed me into looking at the world from a dog’s perspective. I gained so much insight into what to do when he is fearful and how to approach it, which is such an incredible tool for my own confidence. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to deepen their relationship with their dog, and to anyone who struggles with it.” Kaye Barron

“My head is full of so much new amazing, mind blowing knowledge.  Create the relationship with your dog so that your dog trusts you.  Then everything falls into place from there. I’ve witnessed that with Niko. This week is life changing and I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned. Saying goodbye to him at the end of the course will not be easy.” Lauren White