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Birch, anise and clove are my dogs favorite smells! Because they learned that food comes when they find it! Nose work is the best sport ever!
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Erica is a Certified Nose Work Instructor (CNWI) through the National Association of Canine Scent Work. She teaches Agility and K9 Nose work classes, ...
Nose work is a brand new sport created to help dogs learn to use their most significant attribute - their sense of smell! Register for classes online at ...
A dog's nose work is never done
These dogs are invaluable because they are able to do things that no human can. A dog is born with a sense of smell that is ...
The Many (Some Surprising) Uses and Benefits of Scent Work
How To Get Your Dog Started With Nosework At Home
AS FEATURED IN THE PET GAZETTE ASHEVILLE
Intro to Odor
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Dogs use their noses all the time to process their environment. They are aware of and processing more smells all the time than we could ever do.
"The Parker Videos--How One Dog Got Started in K9 Nose Work" DVD $20. Pretty good.
In this exercise, a mixed-breed dog smells his way past a number of cardboard boxes, one of which contains a tiny swab of the scent he is seeking.
Mary and Dexter passed all three ORT's, attaining Anise this past Saturday. They achieved their NW 1 title in Pomona, NY with a 1st place overall, ...
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In class, we see dogs at 12, 13 and even 15 years of age playing the game of “find it” and having a wonderful time!
Blue Line K9 Scent Detection
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(Note: For those who have already worked with Birch, scent kits with both Anise and Clove will be included.) Please call Linda Kender at (561) 308-9651 for ...
Using Essential Oils Around Pets
SCENT WORK. The dog ...
If you're looking for an activity you can do with Fido, one that comes naturally to him, look no further than his nose.Dogs interpret the world primarily by ...
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What's That Smell? - Three Dog Bakery
Nose Work Scent Detection Kit
Scent Work classes
That's me with my official Nose Work scorebook showing I passed my Odor Recognition Test.
She has been a canine handler in Search and Rescue for 27 years, specializing in Human Remains Detection.
Molly, a 7-year-old Shih Tzu-Lhaso apso mix belonging to
NASCW™ Target Odors
scent work. Dogs experience the ...
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Scent work is a newer sport that uses the sense of smell to find hidden odors and alert the handler. Scent work dogs sniff out scents like anise, clove ...
It's getting warmer, and that means it's time to load the dogs into the C.A.R. and take them for a D.R.I.V.E., perhaps to the L.A.K.E. It's always fun to ...
While some dogs are perfectly happy being couch potatoes, many were bred to work. Without proper exercise, this energy can lead to destructive behavior.
Scent Work/Nose Work
Essential Oils For Your Dog
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Starter Kit "Deluxe" w/ Snap Tight Container | dog junk | Kit, Dogs, Dog training
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The AKC Scent Work program is now active. Several NW judges, including Paula Ratoza, have been approved to judge all levels and all elements.
My name is Hunch and Lisa Osadchuk is my person. I use my supersonic nose to sniff, sniff, sniff when her cortisol levels are low.
NACSW Target Odors- Birch, Anise or Clove
Nosework scorebook cover - Trust your dog to find the birch, anise and clove !
Brain Games for a Dog on “Crate Rest”
Scent Work/Nose Work
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Seattle's Stephanie Kavanaugh gets a kiss from her 12-year-old Australian shepherd,
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Did you hear? the Canadian Kennel Club will begin titling events in Scent Detection starting January 2019! Here's what you need to know to get started:
Want to have fun doing something with your dog that he will enjoy as much as you? Then try some scent work. It's also known as nose work.
This kit contains four target odors that people train nosework dogs to search for ...
Your dog will start searching for Birch oil and will progress to Anise and Clove. Using the same training methods, you can teach your dog to search for ...
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Scent Work
K9 Scent Work
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There are several organizations that hold trials for Nosework in which you can also compete and obtain titles on your dog.
Dogs are born with a nose for odors. They love to search and locate animals, objects, individuals and other fun smelly stuff by using their nose.
More are planned in the future as we search for locations to hold trials for the various elements.
Although our nose work classes prepare dogs for competition, you can enjoy and participate even if you never want to enter a trial.
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Since a dog's nose — and sense of smell — are so well-developed, games involving both are a good challenge for the canines.
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... her dog Ube after he located a scent marker under a chair during their Canine Nosework class in Sebastopol on Monday, October 28, 2013. (Conner Jay/The ...
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View full sizeCie Stroud/For The Star-LedgerAn 18-month old golden retriever named Jelly narrows down the exact location of a hidden item on the top edge of ...
K9 Nose Work™ Classes:
So far, the AKC has been very open to suggestions from competitors. Originally, the 4th odor (beyond Birch, Anise and Clove) was selected to be Peppermint.
Genie Tuttle watches Elliot find the smell of birch
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Tramper scenting car.
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Advanced Nose Work Classes- The advanced dogs will work with all four scents (birch, anise, cypress, and clove) and will search boxes, interior rooms, ...
For NW3, Dublin will need to pass an ORT for Clove, and again, the NW3 trial will be more challenging as he searches for birch, anise, and clove oil with ...
Scent Work Competition by UDO
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Carol Scheuffele guides her dog Kodiak, an Australian shepherd, around an exterior scent course. (Photo by Briana Gerdeman)
... so excited to find the 'bunny' that you wonder what transformed your gentle companion into an efficient, focused, hunting machine. Welcome to nose work!
Find it: The dog sport of nose work
Nosework training begins in the training lab. Focus is on building drive & motivation to hunt and search, imprinting target odors, and shaping a focused ...
... Handler Discrimination) which requires the dog to find an article containing the owner/handler's scent in 3 separate trials at each difficulty level.
Barn Hunts
Leerburg Nosework Scent Kit for NACSW
Scent Work/Nose Work
Nose Work Scent Detection Kit