Scent detection work..
On October 20, 2016 Kairo vom Hallynn Haus graduated from Nose work 3 and is enrolled in nose work 4 in January 2017 with his owner/handler Hensley.
Since Kairo was 8 months old, he has been attending training at New Dawn Animal Behavior Center in Clearwater Florida under Ann who a is K9 Nose Certified instructor.
Nose work 3 Kario would locate a sealed container hidden with birch scent inside and then get a some London broil for his reward. These training exercises were done in a large room, small room, out doors and vehicles.
Kario will attend an AKC test where he will apply all his training in a timed test exercise where he will become certified. Certification will go on a dogs AKC paper work. I'd like to take this time to congratulate Hensley and Kario, and looking forward to their up date on the AKC time test.
Above is Indy and Panzer training in scent detection work with the owner Jason and Michelle. They are doing a wonderful job with their two dogs.
Indy and Panzer are training and working at Paws Plus Training Center. * Nose Work * Tracking * Agility * Obedience *
Feature dogs will be Panzner, Indy and Kairo. These dogs are now owned by clients, produced by Vom Hallynn Haus. So I would like to thank them for the use of all pictures and any information they have provided me with. Thank you Jason, Michelle and Hensley.
K-9 Nose Works
K-9 Nose Works is essentially the sport of sent detection. The dogs are trained to search vehicles, exteriors, interiors, and containers. They are also trained to search for many different scents. To start the training the dog is taught to search for a favorite toy or treat. After they are comfortable searching for the toy or food they begin to search for other smells such as birch. They are then increased from just one smell to multiple scents. After they have mastered multiple scents they are then given multiple finds.
There are multiple levels when the dogs are ready to compete. They must first pass an (ORT) Oder Recognition Trial. During this trial the dog is presented with one odor to find. The team (dog and handler) have 3 minutes to find the odor and for the handler to call alert. As the levels increase the scents and number of finds that the handler and dog must find increases.