• Scent Solutions

    The Canine Public Health Protectors Every Small Business Needs

  • Why Hire a Canine Public Health Protector

    Our Dogs Are The Future of Public Health

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    They Are Good at What they Do

    Trained Dogs Are 98% Effective at Detecting COVID on Humans

    With noses that are estimated to be 10,000-60,000 times more sensitive than our own, trained dogs can detect COVID on humans with astounding efficacy. Established businesses like NASCAR, airports, senior homes and more have already successfully used COVID-detecting dogs to keep their communities safer, will yours be next?

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    A More Reliable, Scalable Option

    No More Temperature Checks or Mandated Tests

    Unlike unreliable temperature checking solutions that don't recognize asymptomatic carriers, or expensive mass testing mandates, our dogs work all day detecting COVID on anyone who enters your place of business.

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    Cost Effectiveness

    Hiring a Dog is More Cost-Effective than Other Alternatives

    The health of your customers isn't the only thing we care about at Scent Solutions, we care about the health of your business and community too! We've competitively priced our COVID-sniffing dogs to make hiring them an economic no-brainer for any small business.

  • Meet the Team

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    Patricia J. Ungar DVM CVA

    President, Scent Solution

    BA Biology Colorado College 1979, DVM Ohio State University 1984, CVA IVAS 1990

    Founder and principal veterinarian Kensington Veterinary Hospital 1991-2021, San Diego CA. Start up business which grew to one of the most respected and successful in San Diego, offering full service medicine including integrative care

    President SDCVMA 1995, board member 1991-96

    Board member Rancho Coastal Humane Society, advisory for facility build out

    Preceptor site for Western University veterinary students 2005?-2021

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    Sapir Weiss

    Training consultant

    Sapir Weiss has been a professional dog trainer and entrepreneur for over 40 years. As a specialist in canine behavior disorders, he has taught over ten thousand owners and their dogs how to communicate and foster more effective relationships. His highly versatile career has included developing a program for National Institutes of Health (NIH) training dogs to locate malaria mosquitoes in Mali, training bomb, drug, and bedbug detection dogs, training K-9 units and their handlers, as well as developing anti-terrorist dog units for the Israeli Defense Forces. He has served as a consultant to various animal shelters, worked with PG&E developing its dog bite prevention program, and continues to serve as an expert witness in dog aggression litigation.

    Sapir has recently retired and is currently focusing on his passion of developing innovative scent detection dog training programs.

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    Stephanie Taunton

    Training consultant

    Stephanie is a Professional well-certified dog trainer and founder of Bow Wow Production, training many species of animals for professional films and productions, and has trained ‘everything from cockroaches to elephants’. She is an Accredited California state-certified dog trainer, one of the best titles, held by only a few trained professionals.


    Stephanie has trained many successful dog trainers who now have prosperous careers of their own. She has travelled the world for training dogs and exotic animals for movies and television. Stephanie is the co-author of the well-received training book “The Trick is in the Training”.

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    Laska Parrow

    Training consultant

    Laska has been training animals with positive reinforcement since a young age. Inspired as a child, she trained her cat how to walk on a leash and basic obedience skills. Finally her father agreed that she could foster and train dogs. She has been involved with training assistance dogs since 2000 and got involved in pet dog training in 2003. Helping others with their pets led Laska to spend 7 years working at her local humane society. During her time there she taught reactive and fearful dog classes, as well as in-home training for cats and other small animals.

    Laska is a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT), Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA), and an Associate Nose Work Instructor (ANWI). She enjoys working with dogs, cats and has a passion for K9 Nose Work. Laska is currently sharing her life with four large dogs and one cat.

  • Contact Us

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    2560 First Ave, Suite 101, San Diego, CA 92103