Did you know that a dogs nose has two functions, one for smell and other for respiration? Research shows that dogs can separate these two functions to different parts of the brain to decipher messages and off course to
Dogs have an amazing sense of smell, over the years they have been used for a range of services honing in on this instinctive skill. Some of the services they provide us with include:
Detecting illegal substances at airports
Detecting illegal substances in the police force
Finding lost people
Service dogs detecting blood sugar changes in humans or seizures.
Because of their natural ability to sniff things out, they make great work dogs as well as family pets.
Puppy to Dog School is one of the leading Sydney scent detection training schools. The training is intended for fun and enrichment. It helps your dog use all elements of their nose and brain to complete the task.
Puppy to Dog School’s Sydney Scent Detection course can be offered in a group environment or even at home one on one depending on your circumstances.
We use a variety of scents to train however one of the starting scents we use a common food item such as oranges. Once they can identify this scent amongst a range of other scents, we can train them to seek out any particular scent.
Watch our video below of Maz training messy to spot oranges in a range of closed tins.
Our puppy school, teenage, agility and scent detection trainers have a range of experience in a positive training technique with a pure passion for dogs. They’ve always got their pulse on new dog research and training techniques to ensure your dog gets the best.
Puppy to Dog School and our positive reinforcement Dog training techniques are all focused on you getting the most our of training and building better bonds between you and your dog.