PERMISSION TO CROSS-POST
January 15 & 216, 2011
Paducah Kennel Club Building and Grounds
Fisher Road, Paducah, Kentucky
Hosted by the German Shepherd Dog Club of West Kentucky
This will be a seminar of interest to both beginners and experienced trackers. You will be introduced to some new and more efficient ways to reach your scent work goals. The main focus will be on quickly and efficiently obtaining the AKC tracking titles and improved scores on the Schutzhund Tracking fields.
Some of the things covered will include:
- introduction to scent work
- setting realistic goals
- how to keep your air scenting dog on the track
- are you training your dog to fail?
- Plus lots more!
We plan on running at least 4 individual tracks with every dog during the two day event, so come prepared to work!
Pre-registration by January 4th, only $150 for both days, after January 4th fee will be $175. Early registration is encouaged. The seminar is limited to 30 working dog slots, with no limit on audit slots. Only one dog per participant to work, please.
There will be continental breakfast and lunch provided both days, plus many food establishments are located within 15 minutes of the seminar site. The PKC has a great facility including indoor training and eating area, pluys 19 acres of tracking just outside the door. Good crating both inside and outside under cover.
Instructor: Dr. Mary Belle Adelman (AKC judge in conformation, herding, obedience, tracking; and former Schutzhund judge. Author of "The German Shepherd Dog Handbook".)
For registration form and directions, please contact:
Dr. Adelman at [email protected]
or phone 270-436-2858