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Intro to nosework & canine enrichment

Class dates: Jan 7, 21, 28 Feb 4 and 11

  • Starts Jan 7, 2024
  • 275 US dollars
  • 1770 Hester avenue

Available spots

Service Description

Do you have a dog that needs boredom buster activities? All dogs have amazing sniffing abilities. Use that nose for good in this fun class that is designed to help your dog build confidence, introduce your dog to scent work and identify odor. Class participants will work through scent-oriented puzzles training our dogs to find a particular odor on command. This is a five week class, we meet at 5:30pm at 1770 Hester avenue in San Jose on the following Sundays in 2024: January 7, January 21, January 28, February 4 and February 11. The fee of the five session is $275. There is an additional $30 material fee to be purchased from the instructor. A Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA), Vicki Huebner, has been working with dogs since the early 1990s. She teaches obedience and sports classes. In addition to the CPDT-KA certification, she is a professional member of the APDT, and an AKC CGC Certified Examiner. She currently competes with her current dog, Jewel in the odor detection sports including nose work, trailing and locating, antler shed and lost item recovery. She employs only the most modern, dog-friendly (and people-friendly) training methods, adhering to the CCPDT Code of Ethics. Payment information for class materials fee. There is a $30 materials fee payable to the instructor. Payment options include: cash, Paypal at and Venmo at Vicki-Huebner Prerequisites: Completion of beginning puppy or beginning manners. Dogs must be able to remain in a covered crate or exercise pen. All dogs in the class must be able to work around and near other dogs without reacting to them (no barking, lunging, growling or biting).

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