Autism & Alzheimer’s Trailing & Air Scent Seminar sponsored by Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office
When: May 28-30, 2015 Must pre-register with 50% deposit by May 1.
Where: John’s River Valley Camp, Collettsville, NC
Seminar fee: $300 first dog. $100 each additional dog
Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Supper & Snacks – Included in Seminar fee.
Lodging: Cabins available at Camp – $29/night per person
This is a unique opportunity to train Trailing and Air Scent dogs exclusively on Autistic children/adults and persons with Dementia/Alzheimer’s.
Class sizes for trailing and air scent will be limited.
Registration/Payment/Cabin Reservation & general info:
Laura Livingston: 828-234-9813 email: email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminar Info: Edwin Grant: 828-421-0222
Trailing instructors: Edwin Grant, Steve Stewart, Mary Davenport
Air Scent instructor: Denver Holder
Email Laura for registration form & flyer…click link below for flyer
Caldwell County austism camp
K-9 Elvin with his handler Pat Tolchin attended one of the largest dog events in our area at Sampson State Park 9/26. Elvin earned 2 more legs toward his Lure Coursing Master title…Congratulations Elvin & Pat!!!
Two ISRCH K-9 Teams – Mary Davenport with K-9s Sister & Ayla and Pat Tolchin with K-9 Elvin attended a Water Human Remains Detection[HRD] seminar in Pennsylvania with instructors Edwin Grant & Bobby Blackwell. This was a joint effort between three groups: Fayette County Sheriff’s Office Tactical SAR, White Oak and ISRCH. Everyone learned so much and had a great time!
We had so much fun last Sunday! Our last Lure Coursing event of the season was well attended and we sure had a lot of high flying dogs!
Here’s a link to the album on our Facebook site:
ISRCH’s Lure Course event on 6/29 was a great success!
Even though the temps were high, the dogs had a blast running and then cooling off in the baby pools.
Thank you for everyone who attended and our great volunteers who worked so tirelessly setting up and during the event!
Join us again August 24th when we will once again “Let the dogs loose!”