Training aids for detection dog
Do you want to train your cadaver detection dog on real dead body odor? Thanks to Odor Getxent tubes cadaver, it is now possible even if you don’t have access to the target material.
The odor Getxent tube provides a safe and effective way to train human remains detection dogs (HRD) in real-world conditions. These odor Getxent tubes release the selected scent accurately and continuously for up to six months, allowing for long-term training.
Getxent tubes, a patented technology of Polymer Odor Capture and Release.
Pack of 10 Getxent tubes already impregnated seven days with a mix of:
- 2 tissues (muscle + skin)
- Sternum (bone + connective tissues + cartilage + fat)
All from real human dead body.
- Effective for training detection dogs in real-world conditions, from imprinting to operational detection
- Releases odor molecules accurately and continuously for up to 6 months
- Patented technology based on an innovative polymer
10x Getxent tube ready to use with your target odor in it
Tube dimensions: 8x35 mm / 0.3x1.4 in.
Tube weight: 0.93 g / 0.002 lbs
Shelf life: 6 months
Shipping and delivery
For odor tubes references not in stock (inventory on the way), please allow eight weeks for shipping.
- Search and Rescue Operations: locate missing persons, disaster victims, or individuals in areas with difficult terrain. They can help search teams narrow down the search area by identifying the scent of human remains.
- Forensic Investigations: In criminal investigations, cadaver dogs assist forensic teams in locating hidden or buried bodies. They can be instrumental in crime scene investigations, helping law enforcement find evidence that might otherwise be challenging to locate.
- Natural Disasters: Cadaver detection dogs are deployed in the aftermath of natural disasters, such as earthquakes, floods, or hurricanes, to locate victims buried under debris. Their ability to detect the scent of decomposing bodies can significantly speed up the recovery process.
- Mass Fatality Incidents: In situations involving mass casualties, such as airplane crashes or large-scale accidents, cadaver detection dogs can be used to locate and recover human remains. This is crucial for identifying victims and providing closure to families.
- Historical and Archaeological Sites: Cadaver dogs can be employed in archaeological or historical contexts to locate ancient burial sites or human remains. Their sensitive noses can detect even trace amounts of decomposition, aiding researchers in uncovering the past.