Thu, Jun 07|
Decatur Obedience Training Clb
Introduction to Nose Work Clinic
Nose work is a canine sport created to mimic professional detection dog tasks. The dog must find a hidden target odor, often ignoring distractors (such as food or toys), and alert the handler. Taught by Lisa Paul, NACSW Certified Nose Work Instructor
Time & Location
Jun 07, 2018, 5:30 PM
Decatur Obedience Training Clb, 130 Warren St, Warrensburg, IL 62573, USA
About The Event
DOTC is offering a clinic- Introduction to Nose Work- open to any dog one year and older. Ten (10) handler/dog teams will learn the basics of this fascinating new sport and try some preliminary training exercises as well as learn the fundamentals of handling scent. Contact Sonnie Moore with any questions.
All Handling Spots have been reserved by those who took the previous Nosework class. If you are interested in a handling spot please take a waitlist spot incase a spot opens up.
Auditing is free!
Lisa Paul CPDT-KA KPA-CTP CNWI is the owner of Kudos for Canines, a dog training business in Bloomington, IL. Lisa is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA), a graduate of the Karen Pryor Academy (KPA-CTP), a member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT), as well as an AKC Canine Good Citizen and Puppy S.T.A.R. Evaluator. She is also a dog performance events judge (AKC/UKC Rally and CDSP Obedience) and recently added Certified Nose Work Instructor to her resume from the National Association of Canine Scent Work, as well as an AKC Scent Work Judge.
- Ticket type
Nose Work- Auditor
Learn more about the exciting new sport of nose work. No dog.Price$0.00
- Ticket type
Handler - WAITLIST ONLY!
THIS IS WAITLIST FOR HANDLER SPOTS ONLY!! This will be used if a spot opens up a dog and handler team. Any open spots will go in order of wait list registrations.Price$0.00