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Dog Agility, Nose Work & Obedience Training

Instructor - Carol Ely

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Nose Work Photos

Nose Work Video's

 

Click the below link  for Nose Work Training Examples

Nose Work Video of Students, Their Dogs & Some Advanced Nose Work Dogs

 

Nose Work Class Information Below 

All Nose Work Classes are presented through John A. Logan College

by Instructor Carol Ely

Above photos are examples of what a real trial may be like.

NW 110 Beginning Nose Work Training -  

This is a fun new activity/sport that your dog can enjoy and help build confidence. Your dog will be taught to find the odor of Birch and be rewarded for using their nose! How great is that! Every dog would love to have a game where they are rewarded for sniffing! This is not tracking or detection dog training.

This is a new activity, that you can compete in, and your dog can earn titles and ribbons. No Obedience training required.

In the NW 100 course you will be introduced on how to train your dog to find and alert to the Birch odor. Any dog over 4 mo. old can participate. Age requirements are so vaccinations are done and current for class, and exposure to other dogs.

Continuously barking dogs will not be allowed to continue in class, as some lecture and demos are required each week. If the dog cannot attend for any reason, the handler can still learn and apply methods of training at home.

Vaccination or titer proof, and COM fee required 1st class.

In the first class you will receive a tin with Birch odor for training .

Dogs do come to the 1st class.

Lecture, demo, equipment use, Waiver and Dog Registration will be done in first class.

Locations:

 Williamson County Armory, behind the airport, off Redco Drive, on Minute Man (2nd left off Rt 13).

West Frankfort Extension Center, 19 West Frankfort Plaza.

 

Sessions: 6, Fee: $(check with college)   

COM: $10.00 Instructor: Carol Ely

New Group Classes start in March, June & September of every year.

 

Fall 2017 Session

 

(NW 110 Beginner)

Begins Wednesday, Sept 20th, Ends Oct 25,

 

Marion Location: 5:30 pm 6:15 pm

West Frankfort Location: 11:00am to 11:45 pm

 

Sign up early, there is a limit to the number of students per class.

 

You will need to register through the college.

John A Logan College, Continuing Education

http://www.jalc.edu/continuing-education/classes (classes, pet care)

If you have questions, please contact Instructor: Carol Ely 618-867-3023

or email carol@canineteamtraining.com

 

 

NW 120 Intro to Elements of Nose work Training -  

In this class we will continue the scent work that was started in NW110. If your dog has had prior experience, and can alert to the birch odor, then this is the next class to take.

Vaccination or titer proof required 1st class.

In this class you will need to have your own odors for your home practice. If you need help in purchasing any email me, and I will send you some links. Note: you do not need to bring any odors to class, other than the Handler Scented Article. This class will work with Birch, Anise, Clove and Cypress flower Essence. Along with a Handler Scented Article.

 Locations:

Williamson County Armory, behind the airport, off Redco Drive, on Minute Man (2nd left off Rt 13).

West Frankfort Extension Center, 19 West Frankfort Plaza.

 

Sessions: 6, Fee: $(check with college)   

Instructor: Carol Ely

 

Fall 2017 Session

NW120 Nose Work Searching

Begins Wednesday, Sept 20th, Ends Oct 25

 

Marion Location: 6:30 pm 8:00 pm

West Frankfort Location: 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

 

 

You will need to register through the college.

John A Logan College, Continuing Education

http://www.jalc.edu/continuing-education/classes (classes, pet care)

If you have questions, please contact Instructor: Carol Ely 618-867-3023

or email carol@canineteamtraining.com

 

 

 

 

A very good link about how odor travels -

https://houndandthefound.wordpress.com/2012/02/22/how-scent-and-airflow-works/

email: carol@canineteamtraining.com

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