Your dog loves to use his nose. The sport of Nose Work lets you explore the world of scent with your best friend. You will learn how to interpret your dog’s signals, and your dog will learn how to show you that he has found a target odor.
For this class, we will be focusing on teaching your dog to recognize the odor of Birch Oil. Birch is the first target odor that dogs learn and is the first odor used in Nose Work competition. We will begin to teach your dog an “alert” behavior which is his signal to you that he has found the odor. We will also introduce you and your dog to short searches.
You will begin to learn about how odor moves what we know about your dog’s amazing nose. You will learn how to watch your dog so you know when they are close to or “in odor.”
Suitable for dogs and puppies of any age.
4 Classes $140
Classes will last 30 - 45 minutes
To register or for questions,
email Sue Conklin,
Sue is available for private lesson for teams competing in Scent Work. She can help you with handling skills, building a final response behavior, reading your dog, or other issues that you would like to work on.
Single Lesson $55
3 lessons $150
5 lessons $225
Each private lesson is 1 - 1 1/2 hr long.
Sue and Loretta have been competing in Scent Work sports for 4 years. Loretta has titles in NACSW, AKC, and PSD venues with placements in all elements/classes. They recently earned their NACSW NW3 Elite title with top 3 placements in all 4 elements, a Pronounced title, and first place overall.
Sue's students are competing at all levels in various venues. From AKC and PSD Novice dogs to NACSW Elite competitors.
First place searches for our NW3 Elite title.