Jul 7, 2021
While many of us are familiar with detection dogs, whether working with first responders, military units, in airports, or even just in movies, canine detection is also expanding and evolving into medical detection. But what, exactly, makes a dog good in detection, and how do they do it? In this episode, Therese Markow and Dr. Paul Waggoner, of the Auburn University Canine Performance Sciences Center, discuss these questions and many more.
"What tends to separate dogs that are capable of detection work and those that are not, is a history for what they've been selectively bred for hundreds of years to do." — Dr. Paul Waggoner
Connect with Dr. Paul Waggoner:
Canine Performance Sciences: https://www.vetmed.auburn.edu/research/cps/
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/L-Waggoner
Connect with Therese:
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