Every day more dogs are being used by government agencies to find drugs, explosives, human remains, and other animal species. At the same time, pet owners have discovered the sport of canine nose work and are enjoying the benefits of this engaging and stimulating activity.
There is much we do not know about the canine olfaction system and what factors may influence a dog’s ability to perform scent work appropriately.
This webinar will examine the canine olfaction system and examine various drugs that may, or may not, affect scenting ability.
Veterinarians and veterinary technicians
The live webinar and post-webinar online course are RACE-approved and good for one hour of free CE for veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Courses meet the requirements of RACE hours of continuing education credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB’s RACE approval.
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DVM, Consulting Veterinarian in Clinical Toxicology, ASPCA
Dr. Karla Smith is a Consulting Veterinarian in Clinical Toxicology. She is originally from Arizona and graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After Veterinary school, Dr. Smith worked in small animal practice (general medicine and emergency) until 2004, when she moved to Illinois to work at the Animal Poison Control Center. She is involved with Greyhound rescue and has been breeding Borzoi since 2011. She is active in many dog sports including lure coursing, obedience and the new sport of canine nose work.