K9 Nose Work

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K9 Nose Work is a fun search and scenting activity for virtually all dogs and people including dogs who are unable to enjoy other dog activities due to age, physical limitations, lack of obedience, fear or reactivity issues. If your dog has a nose, you've got a K9 Nose Work dog!  It provides a safe way to keep dogs fit and healthy through mental and physical exercise.


Vicki is a qualified professional dog trainer, graduating from the internationally acclaimed Karen Pryor Academy (KPA) in 2014. As a Karen Pryor Certified Training Partner (KPA-CTP) Vicki is committed to training using 'clicker training' force free principles and techniques.


  • Guest
    Liz Rilstone Thursday, 25 June 2015

    Hi Vicki,
    I too am interested in the Noseworks workshop in Hobart on the weekend but can't find where to register. Are there still spaces available?
    Thank you,

  • Guest
    CleverPawz Thursday, 25 June 2015

    Hi Liz At this stage there is one spot left for a participating dog on Sunday for the dog handler pm session - workshop all day. If you would like this spot it will need to be quick as it may sell out. There are observer spots for Saturday and Sunday left. Please email me vicki@cleverpawz.com.au

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    Luana Nandan Monday, 15 June 2015

    I would like to register for your K9 Nose Work and Stress Heads workshops in Hobart on June 27 & 28 June. Not sure where to do this?

  • Guest
    Vicki Cleaver Monday, 15 June 2015

    Hi Luana If you inbox me at vicki@cleverpawz.com.au with your email address and contact details I will send you the registration form.

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    Melanie Thursday, 16 April 2015

    Hi Vicky I met u in Melbourne at the delta intro weekend. I am doing the course and loving it but finding it challenging !! Ru doing it also I am guessing so? My Amber is still dog reactive but we get better at managing it slowly but surely. Super keen to do the nose work course so will enrol tomorrow.

    Look forward to catching up soon.


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