Dog Sports & Behavior Series: Scent Detection for Behavior Cases

How Scent Detection can Help Address Behavior Issues in the Real World Scent detection has been increasingly popular in the last few years because it's a great discipline suitable for pretty much any dog.

Apart from being a fun activity, scent work can also have a very positive impact on dogs with behavioral problems. Scent detection is so much more than just a sport! In this webinar,

Kat Janczur explores how scent detection training helped her clients struggling with various behavior issues. Scent detection exercises help dogs who are reactive, fearful, easily frustrated, lack confidence, or struggle with over-arousal. With the addition of case studies, you’ll see how to put scent work to WORK for your clients.

These webinars are suitable for dog sports teams, veterinary professionals, animal trainers, animal behaviorists, shelter and rescue staff and volunteers, and anyone with an interest in evidence-based behavior intervention.

 Wednesday, October 19, 2022 6pm to 7:30pm EST
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This is an online event.

A link will be emailed one day prior to the event. You do not need to have the app in order to view the live event or the recording.

"Doors" open 30 minutes prior to the start time of the event. Feel free to log in and wait in our "waiting room" via the video app. We will be using Zoom to stream the event.

This webinar will be recorded. Anyone who purchases a ticket will receive the recording within 2 weeks after the live event. You will be able to view the webinar even if you cannot join us on the event date. The recordings will be available for viewing for up to 12 months. This webinar will not be available for purchase after the series is complete.

CEUs will be granted to those who purchase a ticket, even if they cannot join us on the date of the live event.

CEUs pending:

Early Bird Ticket - before October 1: $25
General Admission Ticket - after October 1: $40
Cancellation policy: No refunds
Meet the instructor

Kat Janczur 

Kat Janczur has a master’s degree in both Psychology and Applied Animal Behaviour, a COAPE diploma, and an APDT trainer.
She has worked at Scent Imprint for Dogs in Holland training detection dogs and delivering Instructor courses. Since she moved to the UK she has worked for Dogs Trust as a Head Coach and Coach Trainer, in 2018 she worked at Dog Detectives on a FREDDS (free running explosives detection dogs) project.
She has a company Canine Detection Solutions that provides a service for Japanese knotweed detection dogs and currently works with two operational dogs.
Through her company K9 Behaviour consultancy she delivers training to government agencies, private detection companies, and pet owners.
Patrick Jones - Course author