81 episodes

This podcast is all about Detection Dogs we talking training, working the dog in the real world, starting a new dog or have an experienced dog, this show is for you.  Calling all Detection dogs, Sniffer Dogs, those who compete in Nosework / Scentwork sports.  If you work a detection dog that sniffs out bombs, drugs, guns, cell phones, electronic devices or anything else this podcast is for you 

K9s Talking Scents Cameron Ford

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 87 Ratings

This podcast is all about Detection Dogs we talking training, working the dog in the real world, starting a new dog or have an experienced dog, this show is for you.  Calling all Detection dogs, Sniffer Dogs, those who compete in Nosework / Scentwork sports.  If you work a detection dog that sniffs out bombs, drugs, guns, cell phones, electronic devices or anything else this podcast is for you 

    #81 "Where are we" SAR K9 with Dr. Mary Cablk

    #81 "Where are we" SAR K9 with Dr. Mary Cablk

    Dr. Mary E. Cablk is a subject matter expert in detection and Search and Rescue K9. In her research, she draws upon knowledge from multiple fields such as olfaction, analytical chemistry, learning, cognitive and industrial/occupational psychology, forensics, spatial analysis, pattern analysis, and image processing. Her interests focus on transforming qualitative observation into quantitative data and combining multiple input data types to solve complex challenges related to detection, in a field setting. Her research and expertise has taken her around the world where she has addressed audiences and worked with colleagues on landmine detection, wildlife detection, recovery of human remains, and search and rescue, among others. She works closely with relevant agencies and organizations on the development and implementation of credentialing and standards for canine teams in a variety of disciplines. Dr. Cablk has been instrumental in developing a Ph.D. program in forensic anthropology at the University of Nevada Reno, where she is an adjunct professor and mentors graduate students. She is an auxiliary deputy with several county Sheriff Offices in the State of Nevada and is a resource to the State of California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. 
    You can contact Dr. Cablk Topdog@detectionsciencesolutions.com

    • 1 hr 40 min
    #80 Get to know Natalie Morris

    #80 Get to know Natalie Morris

    Many have seen Natalie Morris this past year in Ford K9 You Tube Videos or at some Seminars, but many of you still have not had a chance to get to know Ford K9's Manager and Trainer Natalie Morris.  Natalie has been working and training dogs 15 years and has been with Ford K9 2 years.  Her background ranges from Pet Obedience training, Sport Detection, Professional Detection, Puppy raising detection dogs and Puppy and Canine Cognition.
    In this episode we get to learn more about this woman and her path to now being world know trainer and working with some of the best trainers in Dog Training. You can reach Natalie at Natalie@fordK9.com or in Instagram @natalienosek9 
    Show Sponsors:
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    Precision Explosives: Get all your safe and REAL training odors (no permits needed) http://www.pre-exp.com
    Sheepdog Guardian: All your K9 Legal information and updates. http://www.sheepdogguardian.com
    Ford K9: All your Detection Dog learning needs at one spot. http://www.fordk9.com
     

    • 1 hr 18 min
    #79 Spaniels and eliminating the question marks with Josh Riddle

    #79 Spaniels and eliminating the question marks with Josh Riddle

    Episode 79, In this podcast I get to speak with a Springer and Working Cocker Spaniel breeder Josh Riddle of Rockey's Kennel. Josh and his father have been breeders of Field Champion Springer and Working Cocker Spaniels.  Over the past 2 years I have been going to Josh and his father to select, raise and train many of the Spaniels we own and have trained and sold as Detection Dogs. 
    The Spaniel breed has been a popular choice as a detection dog in the UK and Europe, now they are starting to gain popularity here in the USA.  Like in the past when the detection industry changes breeds it is important to handlers and trainers to know the breed they work with so that we can maximize the communication and working relationship between this breed and the handlers.
    We discuss how this breed operates and what makes them unique and some take aways if you are considering this breed in the future.
    You can find find Josh on Facebook @RockeysKennels
    Show Sponsors:
    Sci K9 Home of the TADD and NOTA http://www.scik9.com
    Getxent: Training absorbent tubes for all your odor needs http://www.getxent.com
    Precision Explosives: Get all your safe and REAL training odors (no permits needed) http://www.pre-exp.com
    Sheepdog Guardian: All your K9 Legal information and updates. http://www.sheepdogguardian.com
    Ford K9: All your Detection Dog learning needs at one spot. http://www.fordk9.com

    • 1 hr 13 min
    #78 Detection Flexibility with Flo Schneider

    #78 Detection Flexibility with Flo Schneider

    Florian Schneider has been active in the dog industry since 2010, professional dog trainer since 2016.
    Through national and international training, examinations in dog making in various areas as well as the organization of events with HTX workingdogs, Florian was able to build up a broad expertise and valuable network in the international dog system, which our customers should now benefit from. Graduate from SWDI and other programs.
    Show Sponsors:
    Sci K9 Home of the TADD and NOTA http://www.scik9.com
    Getxent: Training absorbent tubes for all your odor needs http://www.getxent.com
    Precision Explosives: Get all your safe and REAL training odors (no permits needed) http://www.pre-exp.com
    Sheepdog Guardian: All your K9 Legal information and updates. http://www.sheepdogguardian.com
    Ford K9: All your Detection Dog learning needs at one spot. http://www.fordk9.com 

    • 1 hr 45 min
    #77 What does your Data say.. with Bob Eden

    #77 What does your Data say.. with Bob Eden

    Bob Eden is a 28 year retired police veteran with over 40 years of dog training experience in law enforcement, military and personal protection applications. In his final years of law enforcement he was a detective with the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit investigating organized crime.
    Early in his career he developed the Delta Police K9 Unit and served as the lead police dog trainer for the Department for 16 years. He is the author of two books, "Dog Training For Law Enforcement" , "K9 Officers Manual", and "K9 Supervisors Manual, Dynamics in Developing and Managing Police K9 Units" currently scheduled for release in June of 2021. In 1988 Bob was appointed to the B.C. Police Commission's committee to create minimum police dog training standards for law enforcement agencies in the province of British Columbia. In 1991 he created and developed the International Police K9 Conference in an attempt to bring a professional training seminar to officers which was not politically oriented or specific to any particular style of training. The intent was to support all officers in methods which meet their specific needs.
    In 2003 Bob was contracted by the Phoenix Police Department, Phoenix, Arizona to re-develop their police K9 unit from the ground up, introducing new training and deployment ideas. In 2005 he was further contracted by the US Government to assist in a joint Canadian/American venture to train officers and dogs in Rio De Janeiro in preparation for the 2007 Pan American Games. Bob has also authored articles and columns in such periodicals as "Police Magazine", ” Police K9 Magazine”, “K9 Cop Magazine”, "Law and Order", "Police and Security News", "Finland's Rottweiler Magazine", "The Police K9 Recruiter" and "Offlead Magazine" from Australia.
    In 1994 he created the Police Dog Home Page which has become a standard resource page on the net for law enforcement K9 operations.
    Visit http://www.katsplatinum.com
    Contact Bob at rseden@policek9.com
    Show Sponsors:
    Sci K9 Home of the TADD and NOTA http://www.scik9.com
    Getxent: Training absorbent tubes for all your odor needs http://www.getxent.com
    Precision Explosives: Get all your safe and REAL training odors (no permits needed) http://www.pre-exp.com
    Sheepdog Guardian: All your K9 Legal information and updates. http://www.sheepdogguardian.com
    Ford K9: All your Detection Dog learning needs at one spot. http://www.fordk9.com

    • 1 hr 33 min
    #76 Medical Mutts with Dr. Jennifer Cattet

    #76 Medical Mutts with Dr. Jennifer Cattet

    Episode 76 with Dr. Jennifer Cattet of Medical Mutts Jennifer Cattet Ph.D. has been training dogs professionally for over 35 years. Her work with service dogs started in a prison program where she was the instructor to the inmates/trainers.
    She has since started Medical Mutts, a service dog organization specialized in the training of rescue dogs as medical assistance dogs. With her scientific background, she is involved in studies in canine medical detection and has contributed to proving that dogs can detect the smell of hypoglycemia and seizures. Jennifer Cattet has taught hundreds of trainers about service dogs.
    She enjoys helping organizations and professionals start new programs to help more people with disabilities. She is an expert in the field of diabetic alert dogs, seizure alert dogs, and psychiatric service dogs, but she also has experience with training dogs for other conditions, such as mobility issues, autism spectrum disorder, etc.
    Jennifer Cattet Ph.D. is also the author of over 100+ blogs and has published books and training videos. Her approach to dog training is systematic and practical. She believes that when it comes to service dog training, efficiency and standards are essential. But what’s equally important is making sure dogs are treated as partners along the way. Her methods are based on collaboration and trust. The dogs are never forced but are instead rewarded when they willingly offer the desired behaviors. Her latest book is called: “Selecting and Training Your Service Dog: How to succeed in public access work.”
    Born in the US, but having grown up in France where she spent 30+ years of her life, Jennifer is perfectly bilingual and can teach in both English and French. She travels between the US and Europe several times a year to coach trainers on both continents.
    Show Sponsors:
    Sci K9 Home of the TADD and NOTA http://www.scik9.com
    Getxent: Training absorbent tubes for all your odor needs http://www.getxent.com
    Precision Explosives: Get all your safe and REAL training odors (no permits needed) http://www.pre-exp.com
    Sheepdog Guardian: All your K9 Legal information and updates. http://www.sheepdogguardian.com
    Ford K9: All your Detection Dog learning needs at one spot. http://www.fordk9.com 

    • 1 hr 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
87 Ratings

87 Ratings

lilithbobilith ,

Bingeworthy

If you are into detection - be it the sport side or the wide variety of professional sectors, this podcast is a must-listen! Cameron’s wealth of experience alongside diverse and knowledgeable guests in the academic and professional sectors makes for incredibly valuable content that is directly applicable to your training.

There are key take-aways from every episode, and the conversational format makes for very entertaining conversations. The range of topics covered on this podcast is extensive; it is my go-to for long road trips to fill my brain and pass the time, as each episode is a great deep-dive into a specific training/research topic.

Caninehelpyou ,

For all dog people!

If you are involved in scent work of any type this is a must listen podcast! Varied and interesting guest from every detection dog venue you can imagine. Cameron takes a conversational approach to his interviews which makes it feel like you are a fly on the wall between two industry experts. Highly recommend. Great way to learn about detection/ nosework and dogs in general.

Floky 2234 ,

New Handler Review

Thank you for making this content available. I appreciate the science and mechanics shared by those with experience in the field.

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