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Workshops & Special Events

Expand your learning! Have fun with your dog!

Do Over Dog Training strives to bring in trainers that are experts in their field to help us all learn new things and become better handlers. 

 

Whether it’s K9 Nose Work®, Dog Parkour or Canine Fitness, you don’t want to miss out on these FUN and informative workshops and fun events.

Be sure to scroll ALL the way down to see everything we have to offer!

CSW Testing Days

 

Who is Cyber Scent Work for, you ask?  Well...everyone!

  • Teams preparing to trial

  • Teams that are unable to trial due to behavior issues

  • Teams that just don't want to trial

  • Teams that want to have FUN

  • Teams that want to be well-rounded

  • Teams that want to add to their bling collection

  • Teams that are just starting out

  • Teams that are experienced

And here's the bonus - while we think Cyber Scent Work is an amazing program and hope that everyone is as excited about all of the updates to the program as we are - YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT ANYTHING TO CYBER SCENT WORK in order to attend CSW Test Prep Classes or CSW Testing Events hosting by Do Over Dog Training.  You can simply participate and never turn anything in.  We envision our testing events to be similar to a smaller version of a Mock Trial or Sniff n Go.  So come, participate and decide later if you wish to submit.  It's up to YOU!

Our next event:  TBD

Traditional Cyber Scent Work: 

Cyber Sniffing Games:  

Register Here

K9 Nose Work Skill Building:  Smart Trialing for NW1, NW2, NW3 and Elite

As you are working with your dog towards the higher levels of Nose Work, getting extra coaching and input can be critical for you and your dog. This day will focus on skills to help you trial smart. Dorothy will not only be talking about what you can expect in the higher levels of Nose Work competition but will give you input and suggestions for your team. The day will be run like an extended class.

This workshop has been approved for 5 CEUs for CNWIs.


Dorothy's bio:


Dorothy is a professional, full-time dog trainer in the Olympia, Washington area.

Her business, Let’s Talk Dogs, specializes in K9 Nose Work®.

She began dog training as a hobby in 1995 and quickly became involved with rescue

and education work as a volunteer. She eventually transitioned to training others and

quit her day job in 2002 to pursue dog training as a full-time professional.

Dorothy teaches classes, private lessons and hosts educational seminars and workshops,

trial and ORTs. She has also traveled as the working assistant to Kathy Sdao, MS, CAAB

(Bright Spot Dog Training). She is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed (

CPDT-KA) and a Certified Nose Work Instructor (CNWI) and continues

her education by attending and hosting seminars and workshops.

She has graduated from the Dogs of Course Instructor training,

CNWI instructor training and 3 sessions of Bob Bailey’s “Chicken Camp.”

Over the years she has also volunteered and worked at her local shelters and

various rescue groups.

In early 2010 Dorothy attended her first K9 Nose Work® seminar with Ron Gaunt.

She was hooked. She knew this was a great activity that she wanted to share it with

her clients. She began working with her dog and car reactive dog, Zoey, and never looked

back. She had no plans to compete with this particular “problem” dog so was thrilled when Zoey not only earned her NW1 title but also took first place. Dorothy is now a senior staff member with the NACSW. She wears many hats with the organization including Supervising/Elite Certifying Official, member of their CO Education Team, National Trial Coordinator, Trial Representative and Score Room Lead. She also hosts NACSW trials and ORTs. She is also a frequent instructor at Nose Work® Camp.
Dorothy had the honor of attending the National Invitational in November, 2017 with her first Nose Work dog, Zoey. She shares her life with her husband and 2 dogs in Rochester, Washington. She is currently trialing with her Chihuahua mix, Brigette, at the Elite level.

DETAILS

LOCATION: Do Over Dog Training

SCHEDULE:
Monday, April 15th, 2024 
Check in opens at 8:30am. Seminar, 9:00am – 4:00pm Lunch: 12:00pm-1:00pm
9:00am – 12:00pm – Teams working on NW1 & NW2
1:00pm - 4:00pm – Teams working on NW3 & Elite

We will provide beverages, light snacks and a lunch.

Registration is now open.

DOG POLICIES:
Requirements for working dog/handler teams
• Working teams limited to 6 per session. You may audit the session you are not working. Each handler will only have one working spot for the day.  (*If there are still working spot openings by April 1st, 2024 we will open up full day working spots at a prorated cost)
• If you would like a working spot, please make sure you have read the dog policies in the registration (link will open and be posted below at a later date).  Dogs and handlers should be comfortable with multiple spectators and in tight spaces with other people; dogs should not be human reactive. Mild dog-dog reactivity is okay but dogs should be comfortable crated and not environmentally sensitive. 

 

REGISTRATION INFO & FEES:
There are a maximum of 6 working teams per session.
Please note that we will take registrations for working spots on a first come, first serve basis. Pre-payment in full is required. Please fill out the on-line registration form (see link below) and sign the cancellation policy and liability waiver. You will receive an email confirmation upon receipt of your registration and payment. A final confirmation will be emailed approximately one week before the seminar date.
NW1 & NW2 Coaching Team Monday morning $175
NW3 and Elite Coaching Team afternoon $175
Auditor without a working spot $75 (all day)


PRE-PAYMENT IS REQUIRED IN FULL.
We highly suggest you pay on-line using the on-line registration form. If you mail a check, your space will not be confirmed until payment is received.

When you register, you will be asked to electronically sign the Cancellation policy and Liability waiver.

Please contact Lori Timberlake at info@dooverdogtraining.com if you have any questions.

Nosework Instructor with dog

Working spots are now full.  Click HERE to be added to the wait list.

Workshops with Nancy Reyes

Building Drive and Motivation

Building confidence and independence is key to increasing search speed while keeping accuracy. Whether you are beginner or Elite, finding and keeping your dog’s motivation and drive should be part of the journey in nose work. This workshop will focus on building speed and motivation during your searches. This workshop is for dogs of all levels.

 

The Nose Work Dance

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers—and you and your dog. How your body position/pressure affects your dog's nose work performance. Differences in working on or off leash, how to move to help improve your teamwork (the dance) in nose work.

 

This workshop has been approved for 5 CEUs for CNWIs. if you stay for both workshops.  Otherwise, it is 2.5 CEUs per workshop.

Monday, April 29th, 2024 
Check in opens at 8:00am. Seminar, 8:30am – 4:30pm Lunch: 12:00pm-1:00pm
8:30am – 12:00pm – Building Drive & Motivation
1:00pm - 4:30pm – The Nose Work Dance

We will provide beverages, light snacks and a lunch.

 

Registration will open February 15, 2024 at 9am.

 

REGISTRATION INFO & FEES:
There are a maximum of 10 working teams per session.
Please note that we will take registrations for working spots on a first come, first serve basis. Pre-payment in full is required. Please fill out the on-line registration form (see link below) and sign the cancellation policy and liability waiver. You will receive an email confirmation upon receipt of your registration and payment. A final confirmation will be emailed approximately one week before the seminar date.

Building Drive & Motivation Monday morning $125
The Nose Work Dance afternoon $125
Auditor without a working spot $75 (all day)

 

Nancy’s Biography:

Nancy Reyes, CNWI, has been a professional dog trainer for the past 30 years. In 2004 Nancy opened For Your K9 Inc., which offers a wide variety of classes including Foundation Obedience, Agility, Barn Hunt, Rally Obedience, and Nose Work.

Nancy’s training philosophy is focused on developing and strengthening the bond between people and their dogs. She believes that good communication and mutual respect are key for the success of any relationship.

 

With over three decades of professional experience as a dog trainer, specializing in a wide range of behavior issues with a particular focus on aggression and reactivity. Nancy travels extensively nationally and internationally presenting on behavior topics and nose work topics.

She is a Certifying Official and Judge for NACSW and a CWAGS and CPE judge. Nancy and her team have helped over 40 and counting achieve Elite Champions and with many AKC Detective titles. Her nose work program is 300 students plus and it continues to grow. She brings a wealth of expertise and a profound understanding of canine psychology to every training session,

 

Consistently delivering exceptional results. Her unwavering dedication to fostering healthier, more harmonious relationships between dogs and their owners has positively impacted countless lives. Recognized as a trusted resource within the industry, Nancy remains committed to transforming challenging behavioral issues into opportunities for growth and positive transformation through a compassionate, science-based, and highly effective approach to dog training. She shares her life with 4 dogs, Tango, Jive, Mambo and Rumba, 2 cats, Elsa and Fido and 1 hubby, Gonzalo. In case you couldn’t guess Nancy also enjoys dancing and cooking.

Nosework Instructor with dogs

Fun Events!

Registration for all of our events can be found here

Easter Egg Hunt - DODT University Centre, March 23rd at 4:00pm

Vehicle Mayhem - DODT University Centre, April 6th at 4:00pm

Go, Dog, Go Sniff n Go, April 20th from 10:00am - 1:00pm

Check back for more FUN events in the future!

Whether you use these as trial practice or just to have fun with your dog, DODT is your best source for sniffing!!

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