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NASDA Practice

Does your dog have a good nose? Do they like to sniff and search? Have they tried barn hunt, tracking or nose work? If you answered yes to any of the above your dog will love NASDA games! (North American Sports Dog Assoc.) 

Trail & Locate: a scent trail is laid out that leads to a rat in a caged hidden in nature. This could be in a fallen trees, shrubs or boulders. The dog uses it’s nose and natural hunt instinct to locate the rat.

Urban Locate: Is where dogs search for rats in a cage that are hidden amongst man made items like a stack of chairs, boxes, tubs etc. This activity simulates the use of dogs ridding rats from buildings. There are no hay bales.

Lost Item: Is where dogs search for one of the owners personal items or another persons item, depending on their training level. For example, they might search for gloves, hat, key’s, shoe’s or cell phone. 

Shed Hunt: the dog searches for an antler shed that was tossed into an outdoor environment. Once located the dog will retrieve the antler and bring to their owner.

No experience or special training is required. Sessions are 30 minutes and cost is $20, multiple sessions can be purchased. No limit on the number of dogs or number of runs during your time. Only one dog plays at a time. 

Contact Connie if you have any questions connie@caninetrainingadventures.com

Click HERE to sign up today! Next practices Sat & Sun, November 12th & 13th and CANCELED (26th & 27th)

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