What to listen for:
In the second part of this two-part series, Stacy, Robin, and Crystal share their biggest takeaways from previous episodes of the podcast, covering everything from Odor Hygiene to Incentive Salience Theory to imposter syndrome in K9 training, and more!
The Dames of Detection answer questions from the K9 community (01:19)
Distraction Camp 2022 (12:38)
Training your detection dog with a purpose (17:33)
Incentive Salience Theory with Jo-Rosie (24:43)
The importance of odor hygiene (29:41)
Competitive tracking and confidence training with Emily Lawrence (32:05)
Our hosts answer more questions from the K9 community (38:20)
“Dreamers, doers and self-care” from the surprise ambush episode (40:40)
K9 cross-training and what our hosts do with their dogs outside of traditional training (43:27)
Why words matter in K9 training (44:51)
Amy Herot: Co-founder of K9 Nose Work (48:53)
Being intentional in K9 handling (50:58)
Setting goals based on gratitude (54:09)
Imposter syndrome in the K9 training world (58:51)
Remembering episode 50, the highlight episode (01:03:07)
Episodes we mentioned in this episode:
How Emily Lawrence Trains Competitive Tracking And Confidence
Ambush Episode: Let's Talk About Being Dreamers, Doers, and Self Care
Imposter Syndrome in K9 Training and Adding Value in the Dog World
We want to hear from you:
Check out the K9 Detection Collaborative FB page and comment on the episode post!
K9Sensus Foundation can be found on Facebook and Instagram. We have a Trainer’s Group on Facebook!
Scentsabilities Nosework is also on Facebook. Here is a Facebook group you should join!
You can follow us for notifications of upcoming episodes, find us at k9detectioncollaborative.com to enjoy the freebies and tell your friends so you can keep the conversations going.
Jingle by: www.mavericksings.com Instagram: @mavericktastic
Audio editing & other podcast services by: www.thepodcastman.com Instagram: @the_podcast_man