The K9 Nose Knows!
Our dogs have an amazing sense of smell and a natural desire to hunt.
Whether you’re interested in scentwork for fun or competition,
come and find out more about the newest urban sport for dogs!
Any dog that can use his nose can play scentwork games.
This new sport can be played almost anywhere, anytime!
This sport/training accommodates almost every type of dog:
It’s a great way to give an older dog something to do impact free.
It’s a great way to burn off physical and mental energy in a younger dog.
For shy and timid dogs, it builds confidence.
For dog-aggressive or reactive dogs, Nose Work is perfect because there are never any other dogs present in the search area while one dog is working and searching!
In these classes we focus on teaching you how to encourage and develop your dog’s natural scenting abilities by using their natural desire to hunt, and their love of food, toys and play.
6-week sessions – 8 dogs maximum per class
REGISTER EARLY – Classes Fill Quickly
Your Dog Will Thank You!
*Due to space limitations, all dogs must be relatively comfortable working in proximity to other dogs
For class information and start dates, please contact Stacey Hawk,
Hawk City K9 773.404.9777 firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes held at:
1535 N. Dayton
Chicago, IL 60622
(1.5 blocks south of North Ave.; easy metered parking!)
Intro to Nose Work 7:10 pm – 8:10 pm
Nose Work 8:15 pm – 9:15 pm
Classes held at:
Call of the Wild School of Dog Training
3027 N. Rockwell
Chicago, IL 60618
(between Diversey & Belmont, just west of Western; easy parking!)
Intro to Nose Work 7 pm – 8:15 pm
Nose Work 8:30 pm – 9:45 pm
* All dogs MUST be reasonably well-socialized around people and with other dogs
* Proof of dog’s current vaccinations required
* No make-up classes or refunds after first class
For class information, please contact:
Stacey Hawk, Hawk City K9 773.404.9777 email@example.com
– Professional Member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT)
– Chicagoland Tails’ Readers’Choice Awards:“Best Agility Instructor/Classes” 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
– Co-Founder, Co-Chair of The Dog Advisory Work Group (D.A.W.G.)
– “Safe Humane Chicago” Training Director
– Best Friends Animal Society Community Training Partner
– Committee member of the City of Chicago’s Task Force on Companion Animals Welfare & Public Safety
– Co-Founder, Chair of “Wiggly Field” Dog Park & Advisory Committee
– Ongoing Sponsor/Instructor at The Anti-Cruelty Society’s “Fall Lecture Series”
and “Bark in the Park”