Competitive Detection

Training &

Coaching

Competitive Detection

Training &

Coaching

Competitive Detection

Training &

Coaching

where are you on your nosework journey?

Getting Started

Nosework is one of the fastest growing dogs sports. Unlike so many other sports nosework is not limited by age or breed.

Building solid foundations are essential for all teams that want to find success.

Team & Skill Building

Staying competitive while moving up the levels in nosework requires building skills for both ends of the leash.

Evolve along with your dog to become your best team.

polishing & problem solving

Competing at the most challenging nosework levels teams face difficult odor problems, time constraints and larger areas.

Training focus shifts to observing and identifying team specific challenges needed to further elevate a team.

The Brown Dogs - Team Search Tall

hello there

I am Lauren Walsh and these are my amazing partners, The Brown Dogs: Raleigh, Cash and Swagger. Our adventure in Nosework began in 2016 and has taken us all over the south eastern United States for competitions and training opportunities.

Breaking down problems and finding creative solutions is something that I have always enjoyed. Applying those skills to Nosework has been monumental in training my dogs and to other teams as well.

Search Tall was a phrase I started using a while back to describe a how proud and confident The Brown Dogs and I felt before, during and after working a search area. My goal is to help others achieve this same level of teamwork.  

No two teams are the same but we can all learn to Search Tall. 

Training vs Coaching

IS there a difference?

 

Training

Training is more or less teaching a specific skill or task and then setting up scenarios where it can be generalized and proofed.

 

Coaching

Coaching is an extension of training where a set of skills has already been developed and fine tuning is desired. It is ideal for teams looking for targeted training to attain specific goals, develop strategies and plans or overcome a training challenge.