Northwest Noseworks is Miriam Rose. She is the first trainer to teach K9 Nose Work in Washington State. Her knowledge and extensive background in scentwork uniquely qualify her to train the trainers. Please go to the About page to learn more…
Be a part of the newest and fastest growing dog sport by giving your dog the gift of K9 Nose Work classes. This exciting and inclusive detection-style activity is appropriate for dogs of any age, breed, size, or physical ability and handlers of all ages and abilities. Featured in the August 2009 issue of “The Whole Dog Journal”. Deepen your relationship with your dogs by putting their minds and noses to work while they burn off their excess energy.
Classes offered at conveniently located top regional training centers with new classes starting soon. Four levels of classes keep you and your dog progressing at your individual pace and refining your skills as a team. Exciting national and regional competitions are going on all the time.
Contact us for class openings close to you as classes fill quickly.
While all dogs fall in love with and benefit from K9 Nose Work, the sport holds special gifts for dogs which lack task or handler focus, are shy or overly reactive around other dogs and/or people, dogs convalescing from medical issues, dogs with social or situational anxiety preventing them from joining typical group training classes, dogs with hearing or sight impairments, or which are retired service, competition, conformation, or working dogs in need of a job to keep them busy and happy.