Creating Great Teams
Learning in a group setting allows you to learn more by observing other dogs and handlers. Watching other teams handling the same puzzles will teach you much about how your dog approaches Nosework and about how odor works.
Classes are small so each team gets to work 2-4 times per session. Classes are suitable for dogs that may be a bit reactive to other dogs as only one dog is allowed in the search area at a time.
Whether you're just beginning your Nosework journey or competing at an elite level, coaching can improve your game. Concentrate on one element, set up a puzzle you're struggling with, fix an recurring communication issue, or just get another set of eyes on your searches and handling.
Don't want the commitment of a class, but won't practice on your own? Need someone to set blind hides for you to work? Have multiple dogs you're working with? Schedule once a week, once a month, or just when you feel you need the extra boost. ant n
PRACTICE GROUP COACHING
So you have a practice group and you love them but maybe you all could use some new input, Or want to introduce a new skill, like blind, high, or suspended hides.
Schedule me to come work with your group on whatever you need; it doesn't all have to be the same level or skill.
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Introduction to Nosework is where the dog learns to search independently, and where the human begins to observe search behavior and learns to let the dog take the lead. The use of boxes for the initial searches allows for frequent self-rewarding