Live Find Exposure to Large HRD Source (Disaster)
November, 8 2020
Target Audience: Disaster live find teams that are certified through a national or state organization. Teams that want the opportunity to expose their canines to prepare for real world situations they will face on searches.
Topics: Guided exposure to full bodies and large sources, recognizing their live find dog’s reaction to remains vs live victim, progression of exercises working past remains into live victims culminating in a blind disaster search with full bodies as distraction. This 1 day workshop will be in the field training only, no classroom.
Availability: Space is limited to 30 working spots. Unlimited auditor spots available.
Schedule: November 8, 0800 – 1600
Cost: Working Spot (1 dog only) $150, Auditor Spot $50
Meals: Lunch will be provided.
Hotels: A block of rooms will be held near the training site. Upon completing your registration, you will receive an email with hotel information so that you can reserve your room.
1. Dog must be at least 12 months old and have a live find certification from a national or state organization.
2. Dog must be current on core vaccinations per AAHA Core Vaccines: Rabies, and Combination vaccine (Distemper, Adenovirus-2, Parvovirus, +/- Parainfluenza). Current titers also accepted. Information can be found at:
Copies can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and must be provided at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the course.
Payment must be received for registration to be complete. Once the registration form is complete you will receive a receipt and email confirmation.