Like all practical training, we require a theory or classroom session to be held in advance to get all the participants introduces on the field work that they will be exposed to in days ahead. We took the opportunity to break the ice first before starting anything. It was indeed delightful to see and hear introductory notes from the normal home dog owner to private dog unit handlers to specialized K9 unit handlers. We had to take everyone into consideration and ensure that we cater for all our participants so as to cover generalized areas rather than specialized ones. We introduced our principal and walked through a presentation slides to cover various aspects of dog training and handling from commands, to equipments to best practices.

Seminar Classroom

As can be seen, we had a very interactive two way communication session. We even touched areas on feeding, nutrition, coat care and  grooming.