K9 Nose Work continues to grow….

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Well, another successful K9 Nose Work trial has come and gone. With each event I work on I am amazed by the people and dogs that are participating. Unlike so many other events nose work is an open field. Anyone can shine at any time. As with many other dog sports, there isn’t any one breed that the rest of the competitors dread competing against. Border collies, Golden Retrievers and even shepherds aren’t necessarily a shoe in.
Success, in the end, comes down to training and good handler/dog communication. I am so humbled by the folks that have contributed to the success of this sport. It is the camaraderie of the competitors that makes nose work such an amazing experience. Not just for the competitors, but for the organizers as well.
With each event that passes, my enthusiasm for the next event grows. I want to personally congratulate all those competitors that earned titles this past weekend and I can’t wait to see everyone again at the next K9 Nose Work trial.
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