Super Sniffer Scent Games

Super Sniffer Scent Games

by Debby Kay

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Overview

Tests involving a dog's sense of smell are one of the fastest growing areas of competitions today. They are fun for dogs and people alike, the training is fun and easy, and no fancy equipment is necessary. Scent Games not only offers invaluable training advice for participating in these events but has challenging new games to keep you and your dog's skills sharp. It is one book you must have for your collection.


Debby Kay has been a pioneer in many areas of scent detection work. Her highly acclaimed Super Sniffer® program has been taught in over 20 countries around the world.


What experts are saying about Super Sniffer Scent Games:


From a master on scent detection, Scent Games is more than training, it is a wonderful way to develop the human-animal bond. The dogs have to think on their own. With this kind of training, you can go to whatever level you want to achieve.
—Mark Hines, Kong® Lead Behavior and Training Specialist


Give your dog a break from boring obedience commands, and let them use their instincts! Debby Kay now shows everyone how to develop your dog's natural scenting abilities in a fun and practical format. She takes the mystery out of scent detection training. and brings it to the everyday pet owner. 5 barks!
—Camilla Gray, author of Lipstick on a Leash and owner of Dairydell Canine


All our dogs and handlers had a blast trying out the scent games with Debby Kay. Can't wait to play some more.
—Joan Dandy, owner of Dandy Dog Training

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162865995
Publisher: Dogwise Publishing
Publication date: 06/04/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 552,724
File size: 16 MB
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About the Author

Debby Kay has 40 years of experience as a canine professional and pioneered many firsts in canine scent work. She left her position as a research scientist for the Federal Government to become Training Director of International Detector Dogs Ltd., training the first toxic waste detection dog. She was an early pioneer in training dogs to help ecologists, geologists and field biologists find targeted specimens for their research. Debby trained some of the first classes of dogs and instructors for the ATF explosive dog program in Virginia.

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