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Nosework Dog Training Cary NC

Fun is the key word here! Does your dog love to use his nose? Why not enroll him in a Nosework for Fun class? Even if you think your dog has a “defective sniffer,” you’d be surprised at his ability to discover and locate individual scents. Do you have a shy or fearful dog? Nosework can be an excellent way to build independent confidence while still bonding with you. A great option for teams wanting to bond in a new way or who are looking for something new to try. All of our Nosework for Fun classes are held in an indoor, temperature-controlled facility, until individual teams are ready to tackle Nosework outside of the classroom.

Intro to Nosework for Fun is a curriculum class which meets weekly, in the designated time slot, for six consecutive weeks. This is so all students learn the same information and progress together. We will successfully condition scents and learn proper search patterns. After you have taken at least one Intro to Nosework class with All Dogs Allowed, you may enroll in our Nosework for Fun 1 class.

Nosework for Fun 1 is an on-going class so you can enroll and begin coming to class at any time. It is also very flexible and accommodates busy schedules. Weekly attendance is not required, and there are no makeup lessons required for missed weeks. You have twelve business weeks to attend your six classes. You do not need to know which six dates you will attend ahead of time. We only ask that if you are going to miss a class, you email your instructor beforehand to let them know. Students are given a chance to renew for another six weeks of fun at the end of each package, and can continue to attend in their class session as long as space is available.

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