Want to bring out your
dog's natural abilities in an
incredibly FUN activity?
Join our exciting
Nose Work Classes!
What is Nose Work?
Nose work is a sport for the pet dog based on genuine scent detection training. It's a wonderful activity for dogs that need a lot of mental and physical stimulation, including those that have a hard time in environments or classes with other dogs. It’s also a great activity for newly adopted dogs as it helps them become more confident in new environments.
As the sport's popularity grew, other organizations came up with their own versions of Nose Work. The term "Scent Work" is commonly used to incorporate all the versions of this scent detection sport.
What are the benefits of Nose Work?
Nose work classes focus on teaching you how to encourage and develop your dog’s natural scenting abilities by using their desire to hunt and their love of food, toys and exercise. It’s a great way for your dog to have fun, build confidence and burn lots of mental and physical energy. Find out just how good your dog’s nose really is!
Want to know more? Learn more about the sport at our FAQ page.
Want to sign up for a class? Find out more about our classes in our Classes Section.
Want to learn about competing? Check out my summary of some of the more popular organizations sanctioning competitions in nose work & scent work in the Competitions page (coming soon).
Our unique, 1/4" round biothane leashes, long lines and short lines are extremely strong and flexible, yet lightweight, waterproof and easy to clean.
They are great for all kinds of canine activities:
nose work /scent work sports
canine detection & conservation
obedience and manners training
as well as your go-to leash for regular walks or your favorite hiking trails!
Fridays, 3:30 - 4:30pm
When: 7/10, 7/17, 7/24, 7/31, 8/7, 8/14
11102 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN
Spaces are filled in order of receipt of registration form and deposit
4 dog/handler teams needed to start a class.
Class limited to 6 dog/handler teams
Dates will be finalized once attendance requirements are met