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!

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  1. Emma says:

    Every title is awesome, but that first one will always be special! In a couple months they will mail you out a certificate too. Make sure to frame it and get it on the wall. I now have my own wall…something you need to claim too, Walter! Keep on sniffin’!

    • Thank YOU! Your advice was super helpful. I was so nervous but I love the Element trials! It’s so cool to stick to one element. We had boxes on chairs in a conference room — omg. I didn’t know they mailed a certificate out! I will frame that with the ribbon of course. lol! I cannot wait to enter the next trial – are you slated for any? Or working on tracking?

  2. Elaine says:

    Awesome job, Walter! Congratulations to both of you for all your hard work and dedication. Here’s to many more in the future! 🙂

  3. Congratulations to both of you. It’s nice to find your blog. I’m going to have to find out more about this sport. My 18 month-old puppy is part hound and always has her nose to the ground.

    • Hi! So nice to meet you! I love your blog – I’ve been subscribing to it for awhile 🙂 You will love Nosework. It’s easy to train and they love it. Perfect for puppies that need to burn energy too!! “see” you on your blog. Holler with any Nosework questions.

  4. Lindsay says:

    That is AWESOME!! Congratulations, a job well done and much deserved. 🙂

    • Thank you Lindsay!! I was pretty happy as we practice a lot and train once a week! I get really nervous before trials — I know Walter knows where the odor is but I’m full of nerves!

  5. How awesome!!! Way to go!!! 🙂

  6. Cathy Armato says:

    Congratulations, Walter, great work! So exciting to see all your efforts paying off.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

  7. Jean Dion says:

    Such a proud photo at the end! That’s really wonderful. And isn’t it amazing to go on that kind of training journey with a dog? You both learn so much about one another!

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

    • Thank you! I am such a proud dog mom! We train every week in a ton of different environments — so containers was our weakest element by far and I was stunned we passed to be honest. It is SUCH a journey — and nice to meet you!