What I get to do at work...

Finkie_Mom

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Just a video I took last week of one of the dogs I train at work. He's being trained for SAR, and will hopefully end up doing wilderness/avalanche.

[YOUTUBE]yHecGxqjABw[/YOUTUBE]

It's exciting because I started working there last summer knowing nothing about the SAR/detection world, and I've been able to learn so much and help dogs to succeed in the process.

I like my job :D
 

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Sounds like you have an exciting and rewarding job. Very cool! Cool video as well.
 

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So awesome!

By any chance is this training based on something Bob Deeds in TX uses? I saw him demonstrate it a few years back at a seminar we both attended and I know that at that point very few folks in SAR were using the same methodology, choosing ecollars over training the platforms.
 

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I just love it there. And I still can't believe I get paid to be there every day LOL.

So awesome!

By any chance is this training based on something Bob Deeds in TX uses? I saw him demonstrate it a few years back at a seminar we both attended and I know that at that point very few folks in SAR were using the same methodology, choosing ecollars over training the platforms.
If he's the one who sort of "came up" with using the platforms, then I think it is based on what he uses. I've heard his name thrown about in conversation and I know that my boss who specializes in SAR/FEMA training is friends with him.
 

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