Teach Your Dog to Find by Scent
Sue Bulanda ..................... ...
Find your keys, your cell phone, maybe even your missing cat. Deb and Sue discuss how to train dogs to find things and people and how they do this kind of work. Author of 'Scenting on the Wind', Susan Bulanda offers concrete tips on how long to train, how to start, steps for teaching the find and flag sequence to many different types of dogs. She explains why dogs need work and Deborah helps adapt her advice to your living room and park so you can get some fun happening with searching and also have your dog actually assist you with things you lose.
Check out 'find my car' Deborah Wolfe's free training tip on YouTube or go to www.deborahwolfeonline.com for more info on how to train pet tricks to your dogs, and more pet radio. If you want to see Deb's page on Facebook, check out www.facebook.com/pages/Deborah-Wolfe-Pet-Expert or if you just want to see happy dog campers and other animals on the farm check out www.facebook.com/campgooddog. Susan Bulanda recommends clicker training and Deborah and Susan discuss how it works and who it works for explaining the clicker and how it can help you get all the training results you want with your dog. Dogs have a natural ability to find things by smell and a natural desire to please us with useful help so its really the human that needs the training Sue explains.
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Recognized as a dog trainer since 1963, Susan Bulanda has worked with dogs in a variety of fields. She is recognized worldwide as an expert in canine Search & Rescue (SAR) and as a canine and feline behavior consultant.
Certified with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants she served both as its Vice President and Dog Chair Person.
As an Adjunct Professor at Kutztown University, Susan developed two programs for the Career Development Center:
“Canine Training and Management Program -- Level I & II” -- for students who want to become dog trainers and canine behavior consultants
She has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Maxwell Award from the Dog Writers Association of America two times, has lectured worldwide, and written hundreds of articles. Her books include:
READY! Training the Search and Rescue Dog
Ready to Serve, Ready to Save: Strategies of Real-Life Search and Rescue Missions
Scenting on the Wind: Scent work for Hunting Dogs
Faithful Friends: Holocaust Survivors Stories of the Pets Who Gave Them Comfort, Suffered Alongside Them and Waited for Their Return
God’s Creatures: A Biblical View of Animals
Real Estate Today Seller Beware Save Yourself Thousands of Dollars
Upcoming book: Soldiers in Fur and Feathers: Animals that Served in WWI Allied Forces