INTRODUCTION TO NOSEWORK COURSE
K9 Nose Work® is the fun search and scenting activity for nearly all dogs and their people. It is easy to learn, and helps build confidence and focus in many dogs. It is a safe way to keep dogs mentally and physically fit. It is ideal for shy or reactive dogs, because only one dog works at a time, while the other dogs are kept out of the working area.
John Sam is a Certified Nose Work Instructor (CNWI™) with the National Association of Canine Scent Work® (NACSW™). He is a passionate Nose Work enthusiast, his love for this sport and the therapeutic benefits this activity can bring to dogs, has lead him to become a Nose Work Instructor.
INTRODUCTION TO NOSEWORK COURSE (6 WEEKLY CLASSES)
This is the first foundation course of your journey to the world of canine nose fun time. In this course, we will introduce the concept of the game, build handler observation skills and get the dog to focus on the hunting activity. We will be using food only in this course. You will learn the basics of olfaction and odour and start to understand how your canine friends smell their world. This is the pre-requisite course for the Introduction to Odour course.
FRIDAY 6PM CLASS:
When: Friday 11/09, 18/09, 25/09, 02/10, 09/10, 16/10/2020
Time: 06:00pm - 07:00pm
Where: ACT Companion Dog Club
Cost: $175 per dog (due on 04/09/2020)
To enrol to Friday 6pm course, please complete this form (click on the link below)
Note: You should get an email confirmation if you submitted successfully.
All dogs must be kept in your car, or crated away from the dog work area while other dogs are working. Please speak to John if you have any concerns. John can be contacted on 0402 347 563 or email
FAQs go to http://www.canberranosework.com
No refund will be given less than 7 days before the start of your first class.
ADDITIONAL COVID-19 PRECAUTION MEASURES:
Maintain good hand hygiene, please have a bottle of hand sanitiser in your car and use it after each run. There will be hand sanitiser in the club house for you to use as well.
Stay 1.5m apart
Please stay at home if you are unwell or have been to NSW or Victoria hotspots (or in contact with a person who has been to the hotspots) in the last 14 days (even if you don’t have any symptoms). The session can be broadcast live if required.