What to listen for:
On this very special year-end episode, Stacy, Robin, and Crystal bring back all six of the guests they’ve had on the podcast over the past nine months of K9 Detection Collaborative. They share what they’re most grateful for and what they’re most looking forward to in 2023 and beyond!
Police K9 officer Tabitha kicks things off by talking about the value of having a support team. She’s followed by Dr. Lauryn DeGreeff, analytical chemistry and forensic science expert, who passionately shares the real-world problems she’s excited to solve in the near future.
Next, Nose Work trainer Holly Bushard reflects on how she got to know her furry friend on a more intimate level just before his passing earlier this year. Behavioral specialist Jo-Rosie Haffenden then speaks on the importance of gaining feedback from someone you trust in the industry.
Emily Lawrence, competitive tracking extraordinaire, tells us how she’s mentored others in improving their own tracking game. Finally, Amy Herot, Founder of K9 Nose Work, lets us know why she’s most grateful for her supportive community.
Don’t miss the last 16 minutes of the episode, where our amazing guests tell us what they’re most excited for in 2023, rapid-fire-style!
“What I’m Most Grateful For in 2022”:
Dr. Lauryn DeGreeff (06:35)
Holly Bushard (08:29)
Jo-Rosie Haffenden (15:37)
Emily Lawrence (26:46)
Amy Herot (33:10)
“What I’m Most Looking Forward To in 2023”:
Dr. Lauryn DeGreeff (45:26)
Holly Bushard (46:45)
Jo-Rosie Haffenden (51:02)
Emily Lawrence (54:24)
Amy Herot (57:36)
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