Archive for the 'Nosework ' Category

How To Make Time To Train Your Dog

How To Make Time To Train Your Dog

When do I get to come out of this crate! When’s my turn at nosework!?  Below is a snapshot of my calendar from last week. Things were… well a little nuts. I think most folks at this point know that...

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Positive Training: The Basics About Nosework

Positive Training: The Basics About Nosework

My friend Vicky and her sweet Cairn Terrier is a NW3 dog! This is from our class on Tuesday nights. Boxes used for at home container searches! Q-tips have odors birch and anise on them and box has holes in...

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Chewy Review: Summer is HERE…ZiwiPeak Treats

Chewy Review: Summer is HERE…ZiwiPeak Treats

I’m a Chewy Influencer and we identify treats or toys to review every month. This month we focused on treats I could use as training treats for some upcoming dog sports events we have in July. #sponsored We have a...

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Understanding Odor: Interesting Facts About Your Dog’s Nose

Understanding Odor: Interesting Facts About Your Dog’s Nose

As a student of Nosework, I’m fascinated with the subject of how a canine’s nose works. I thought it would be fun to share what I’ve learned from some leading experts. We talk about this all the time during my...

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5 Tips on Walking a Reactive Dog: What I’ve Learned

5 Tips on Walking a Reactive Dog: What I’ve Learned

Reactive Practice Group, @Jacqui Dowsett CPDT-KA, City Dog Country Dog (I’m with Walt all the way in the back as we need more space) Walter is on a long lead as we’re practicing recall constantly with him Sweet, reactive Sherm The National...

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Walter’s Fourth Birthday: Kindness to Animals

Walter’s Fourth Birthday: Kindness to Animals

Acts of kindness this month? Looking for ways to enrich your dog? In celebration of Walter’s birthday month I wanted to share some ideas!  Place kibble or treats inside muffin tins and cover them with tennis balls – voila! puzzle...

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Wordless Wednesday: Competing in Nosework

Wordless Wednesday: Competing in Nosework

I encourage anyone that competes in dog sports to attend “Mental Management Principles” with Teah – at Gentle Touch Pet Training. She travels across the country and hosts seminars! Highlights from the two-day Nosework presentation included: Principles of self-image Remember...

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Wordless Wednesday: Nosework Title #NACSW

Wordless Wednesday: Nosework Title #NACSW

Nosework is SUCH a fun sport. After years of hard work, we walked away with our L1NW Container title this weekend. Walter killed it! This is a Blog Hop!

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Wordless Wednesday: Nosework with Walt

Wordless Wednesday: Nosework with Walt

This is a Blog Hop! Read more about other Nosework adventures!

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Book Review: A Trifecta of Stellar Dog Novels

Book Review: A Trifecta of Stellar Dog Novels

*Bruiser helped with the review of these three books… These are the three novels I devoured over the past few months: What The Dog Knows by Cat Warren -It’s not just because I’m into Nosework that I’m recommending this book to...

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