NOVICE Nosework – The Test

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Next Trial Date
Saturday 26 August 2017
Commences 9.00am
Venue: NZKC Exhibition Centre, Prosser Street, Porirua
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Cost $30 per dog
A.C.E. Dog Training Novice Nosework Trials will require entrant teams (dog and handler) to find our key training odour (oil of clove bud) in four different scenarios – Container, Interior, Exterior and Vehicle. Each is within a specific time frame. Note that each dog requires a separate handler.

Nosework Next Steps

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Next Available Courses
Advanced Group – Next start 8pm Friday 28 July 2017 (Special 4 week block)
Three weeks held at our weekend training venue: Unit 4, 60 Kingsford-Smith Street View Map
Fourth week only on Saturday 19 August at 4pm – venue BSRC Gym, Bell Road Brooklyn
Cost: Full four weeks $90, Friday sessions only $70, Saturday session only $20
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Continue developing your dog’s unique sense of smell and their skills at identifying and alerting on a special odour where-ever it might be placed. Further develop your teamwork and handling skills in this new sport. This course will be specifically for dogs who have already completed a nosework introductory course and understand the basic principles. Dogs with “issues,” or physical disabilities are welcome as each dog works with the handler alone and need not be comfortable in group situations. Nosework-Next Steps  is a three week class ( 90 minutes sessions) and builds the odour recognition work begun in earlier Nosework classes. This block has an extra week as a build-up to our upcoming trial.
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Nosework Introductions

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Next Available Course
Next start Friday 1 September 8pm-9.30pm
Weekend training venue at  Unit 4, 60 Kingsford-Smith Street
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Cost: New students $100, students returning this level $80
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Does your dog follow its nose? Tap into your dog’s unique sense of smell and have fun teaching them what custom’s dogs do but in a less formal context. This class suitable to all dogs – even those with “issues,” or physical disabilities as each dog works with the handler alone and need not be comfortable in group situations. Introductory course runs over four weeks with opportunity to build more advanced training by opting to repeat  at this level or continue into our Next Steps level.