CANINE SCENT WORK CLUB OF BREVARD COUNTY

SCENT WORK TRAINING

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DESCRIPTION

Scent work is a canine sport created to mimic professional scent tasks, such as, drug detection or food detection. The dog and handler work as a team to find a hidden target while ignoring distractors such as food or toys. The three odors used in training are birch, anise, and cloves. After a dog finds the odor, he is rewarded with food or a toy.


Intro Class: 

A four week introductory scent work class, Scent Imprinting and Indication, is offered when there is interest. It is limited to 10  teams (Dog + Handler).

 

Level 2 Class:
A four week scent work class building on scent identification skills.  It is limited to 10  teams (Dog + Handler).

Workshops:

Workshop classes are open to all teams that have experience with odor recognition and indication and wish to improve handling skills and prepare for competition. Workshops are scheduled for 2 hours/once a month.


VACCINE REQUIREMENTS

Distemper Vaccine and Rabies Vaccine, and highly recommend Bordetella (upper respiratory vaccine).

FEE

The introductory course, Scent Imprinting and Recognition, (4 weeks) is $60 for members and $75 for non-members.


Workshops are $10 per session for members and $20 per session for non-members. 

PRE-REGISTRATION

 Please complete the pre-registration form below and a scent work instructor will contact you regarding registering for a class. You will be asked to pay when you come to your first scheduled class. We take cash and local checks. 

You may also contact us by phone at 321-632-3647. Leave a message and someone will return your call.

Pre-Register

SCENT WORK RESOURCES

USCSS

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For United States Canine Scent Sports Rules or to enter an upcoming Scent Work USCSS Trial go to their website at: USCSS.

AKC

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For AKC Scent Work Rules or calendar of AKC Scent work go to thier website at: AKC

About Us

 The Canine Scent Work Club of Brevard County (SWCBC) is an independent club dedicated to the Sport of Canine Scent Work.   


For more information please contact : 

Marilyn Hulme : hulmem915@hotmail.com

Laura Sconyers : lsc32953@yahoo.com

Deborah Busch: dsbusch@outlook.com