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Put Your Dog's Nose to Work
Put Your Dog's Nose to Work

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"When the Nose Doesn’t Know: Canine Olfactory Function Associated With Health, Management, and Potential Links to Microbiota"
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Congratulations to Nan and Glaze for their NW2 Titla in Reno this weekend. This was their first try at NW2 and they nailed it! They came in High in Trial (1st place overall) plus 1st place in Exteriors and 2nd place in Vehicles! Well done Team Zen!

(Note: This picture of Zen is from class.)
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Congratulations to Dave and Bodie for a Level 2 Vehicles Element Title from Grant's Pass this weekend, plus 2nd place overall, a 1st place search, and a 2nd place search! Well done!

(Note: This picture of Bodie is from Nose Work Camp.)
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Congratulations to Augie and Chris! Titles in 2 Element Trials this weekend from Santa Rosa: Level 1 Containers and Level 1 Interiors. This was the first time they have competed in any dog sport! Great job!

Augie and Chris even took 2nd place overall in Interiors, and also had a 2nd place search that day!

(Note: This picture is from one of Augie's early classes. Isn't he cute!)
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Fascinating summery of studies on canine olfaction. So much great information here!
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Fantastic blog post about the importance of taking your time in training, giving the dog plenty time to learn to solve scent problems independently. Best way to build a strong K9-Handler team.
http://druzynag.pl/blog/2018/05/25/nosework-overhandling-2/
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Great summer reading list for the inquiring Nose Work handler.
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A stressed-out handler apparently improves the performance of a professional detection dog. Interesting. Wonder if it's the same, or different, for our sport detection dogs, who are likely to be much more attached to their handlers.
file:///C:/Users/Linda/Downloads/HumanAnimalInterface.pdf
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