Nose Work Classes
Introduction to K9 Nose Work
Over the six-week session, your dog will be challenged with scent game exercises in the four elements: indoors, outdoors, containers and vehicles.
Learn to read your dog's body language and understand how odours travel.
No prior experience is needed & most dogs are suited to K9 Nose Work.
Priority for new spots will go to current students & then those on the wait list will be notified.
6-week course: $205 + GST
Classes are 1.5 hours.
All Classes are FULL at this time
Intro to K9 Nose Work (Beginners)
Dogs Experineced on Odour
Saturday 9 am. Advanced
Saturday 10:30 am. Advanced
Sunday 9 am. Advanced
Sunday 10:30 am. Advanced
Tuesday 4:15 pm. Advanced
Wednesday 4:15 pm. Intermediate
No prior skill is needed. (for Intro to K9 Nose Work)
Dogs will stay safely & comfortably in the car between turns. (one dog in the search area at a time)
Up-to-date vaccinations and a yearly health check.
The dog has no bite history or human aggression.
What to Bring:
regular leash attached to a flat collar or harness
a container of small, tasty treats, such as cut-up cheese, hotdogs, commercial dog treats, etc.
We intend to follow the philosophy and methodology of K9 Nose Work® as developed by the founders of the activity, to the best of our understanding.
Providing physical and mental exercise for our dogs is the best way to keep them happy and healthy. It also helps to decrease or eliminate problem behaviour.
Dogs have amazing noses and live in a chemical world. While humans primarily use their eyes to gather information, our dog friends use their noses.
Nose Work taps into a dog's natural instinct to hunt.
Dogs LOVE the game and get very excited about searching. It is a wonderful thing to watch dogs use their noses in such a natural way.
Every dog - big, small, bold, timid, old, young and those with special needs love to participate. Join a class and watch the fun begin.
Ocean Park Scent Dogs having fun!
"Just wanted to say thank you for the class last night - Tessie had a great time, and it was wonderful to learn how to channel her natural hunting instinct. She was exhausted last night - no small feat! I look forward to learning more from you as the classes go on, and hopefully implementing some of the techniques with Cooper (the Beagle)."
Jaclyn & Tessie