Anders Hallgren Smoke Detection

SMOKE DETECTION TRAINING (4 evenings) Does your dog love scent detection? Does he/she always react when the fire alarm goes off? Would you like your dog to give an alert that could potentially save your life? Then this is the workshop for you and your dog! Learn how to train your dog to alert for smoke and fire in your home – at least one minute before a technical smoke alarm device will using this unique training method invented by Anders Hallgren This training is spreading around the world and is becoming more and more popular, it is fun and easy for your dog and it is extremely effective. The workshop is divided into 4 separate evenings because like all scent detection it is very hard work for your k9 counterpart, in order for the training to be efficient and effective giving long breaks to the dogs is an absolute necessity. The “Smoke Alarm Training for your dog” was chosen book of the month at www.dogread.com (USA) in July 2003. Slight pre-training required: 1) Teach your dog to bark at a toy 2) While lying down under a cover/quilt get the dog to bark and dig on the person to get the toy. ANDERS HALLGREN http://www.andershallgren.se/en/ Anders Hallgren was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1940. He was examined 1971 as a psychologist, MSc, at the University of Stockholm, Sweden. He is considered to be the first dog psychologist in the world. This is how he describes his work: He has been practicing as a trainer and psychologist for dogs for more than 40 years. He has conducted a lot of studies about the behavior of dogs and of the human-animal bond. And also, among other things, elaborated a stress analysis and a special pain analysis, which are considered efficient tools in the mapping of causes behind problematic behavior in dogs. All training is within the framework of a non-violent ideology. Anders specialties are aggression – causes and cures, post-traumatic stress disorders in dogs, and problem behavior in general. Anders has written 29 books and booklets about dog behavior (some of which have been published in other countries) and numerous articles for magazines, participated in several radio and TV programs, given many lectures worldwide and trained several thousands of dogs with problematic behavior. Anders was the first in the world to train dogs to detect mould in buildings, which today is somewhat of an industry in Scandinavia. He was also assigned to start a program for educating service dogs for disabled people, which is now effectively developing. In 2000 he introduced smoke alarm training for dogs and the interest continues to grow for this type of training in several countries. Smoke detection (4 evenings: Monday, March 27th – Thursday March 30th: 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.) The seminar will take place at our training facility, 1200A montée Poirier in St-Lazare. The workshop will take place from 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. on 4 separate days. Restaurants can be found approximately 15 minutes away by car. All people interested in this subject are invited to participate, no previous scent detection training is required. The cost for this workshop is as follows: 300$ per working spot, only 10 work spots are available, 150$ per observer spot


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March 27, 2017

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March 30, 2017

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