Nose Work 102 - Expanding the Search

Continue your Nose Work fun! In this class we’ll take your dog’s sniffing game to the next level. We will start to introduce more complex searches involving interiors, containers, and also an introduction to vehicles.

Completion of this class will fulfill the requirements for joining one of our popular Ongoing Nose Work classes. 

  • Completion of Nose Work 101 with the same instructor
  • If you’ve trained elsewhere, please contact us to be put in contact with one of our Nose Work instructors for proper class placement.
  • $168
  • Enrollment – six consecutive weekly 60-minute class meetings at your designated day/time.
  • Make-ups for missed classes are available only as private lessons ($50 / half hour).

After enrollment, watch for a confirmation email with important details.

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Your Instructors

  • Nose Work Trainer

    Mickey Schufman
    Mickey has been involved with dogs for over 40 years and has competed in conformation, obedience, rally and agility. She started an in-home training business (Four Paws Training School) in 2002 and worked with owners using reward based training. Some of the trainers who have influenced her most are: Susan Garrett, Bob Bailey, Pat Miller, Kathy Sdao, Jean Donaldson, and […]
  • Nose Work & Senior Pet Manners Trainer

    Rhea Northcut, CPDT-KA ABCDT
    Rhea Northcut, CPDT-KA, ABCDT is a Senior Trainer with What a Great Dog! She joined the WAGD family in 2016. Rhea teaches Pet Manners and Nose Work in both group classes and private lessons. Rhea is an Animal Behavior College Certified Dog Trainer and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer. She enjoys teaching owners how to better communicate with their canine […]
  • Nose Work & Senior Pet Manners Trainer

    Robin Cameron KPA-CTP
    Robin Cameron KPA-CTP joined What a Great Dog! in January 2016. She is a WAGD Senior Trainer who teaches Pet Manners, Nose Work and Reactive Dog classes. Robin is a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner. She focuses on developing the human-canine bond by helping people understand dog behavior and teach new behaviors and skills with positive, science based methods. […]