scream shattered the quiet afternoon air. The dogs jumped up barking in frenzy,
the handlers rushed in the direction of the scream. A young woman was lying on
the ground with a head wound -- and a knife in her hand. There was blood around
her-- the canine detectives had just discovered another victim; luckily she had
managed to grab the knife and stab the suspect in his hand before he got away.
A note lying nearby threatened he would strike again at midnight. The dogs
were brought out. The determined detectives set out in the wilderness - with
only an hour before the sunset, they had to find the murderer before one of them
became a victim.
Have you always dreamed of becoming Sherlock Holmes? Well,
dream no more, join the local canine crime scene investigation course and let
local trainers, guide you on the finer aspects of training a dog in scent
detection, tracking, search and rescue and more.
So what do you need to join?
Do you need a degree in forensics? Be able to shoot straight or run like the
wind? Nah. You just need a dog, a huge amount of enthusiasm, the ability to get
along with others and work in a small team, and nerves of steel.
course is like no other. Can you handle the challenge? Yes? Then sign up today
and don't forget to bring along your thinking hat --you'll need it!
note, this course is not intended for law enforcement officers as it is a fun
mystery course designed to create team-work in dog training, where there's a
real purpose and end result to the training.