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  Title Introduction to K9 Nose Work
  Speaker Jill Marie O''Brien, CPDT-KA
  Date(s) November 8 & 9, 2014
  Location Chardon, Ohio
  Fee $150 for Auditor spots
  CEUs 15 CEUs for CPDT-KA/KSA,
15 CEUs for IAABC,
4 CEUs per day for CNWI
  Host Organization Cold Nose Companions, LLC
  Contact Person Carol Peter
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 855-286-3647

  Description of Seminar/Conference

Inspired by working detection dogs, K9 Nose Work® is the fun search and scenting activity for virtually all dogs and people. This easy to learn activity and sport builds confidence and focus in many dogs, and provides a safe way to keep dogs fit and healthy through mental and physical exercise.

This two-day workshop will introduce you to the activity that is the basis for the hottest canine sport in the country. We will demonstrate the basics to give your dog a strong foundation in K9 Nose Work by using his or her natural scenting instincts.

The workshop is taught by Jill Marie O’Brien, CPDT-KA, co-founder of the National Association of Canine Scent Work, LLC and the sport of K9 Nose Work.

Working spots are sold out. Auditor spots for people only are still available.
Pre-registration and payment are required to confirm your place in the workshop.
Auditor spots are $150 for both days.
Register for the workshop on the website.

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