Introduction

Hello and welcome to this specialist course.

Searching in water is a wonderful new element to add to your scentwork skills. Just when you thought there was no more variety that you could add to your searches, along comes water searches.


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You can also join our exclusive Instagram group. This private group is only open to Detector Dog School students. This is where we can share our scentwork journeys, inspire each other and stay connected as we learn with our dogs. It is also where I will have live sessions where you can ask questions in real time, talk through challenges and dig even deeper into the world of scentwork. You can search on Instagram for Detector Dog School or you can click here to be taken directly to the account. Then just send a request to follow and as soon as I verify your status I'll open the door and welcome you in.  


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If you've not given permission for me to send you information, I'm afraid you'll be working in splendid isolation. Don't be offended that I'm not contacting you to see how you're getting on with the course. You have to give permission for me to do this. To make sure you've ticked the box, go into your profile and if it's not ticked, tick the box now. 


Pace yourself

Work through the sections at your own pace. Use the videos and notes together as each includes information not found in the other. My aim was to pack the course with information but to present it in such a way as to take minimal time. I recommend that you print out the full set of course notes (which you can find below) so that you can take them with you to refer to as you start working on these new searches.


Stay safe, have fun and enjoy!


Pam

Scentwork Water Searches notes.pdf
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