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K9 Nose Work & Treibball Training…

Search, Sniff & Find.

To contact us about K9 Nose Work or Treibball Training

Joyce: 206-819-7297

We offer K9 Nose Work® in Gresham, NE Portland, Beaverton, Lacey WA, Vancouver WA. Daytime and evening classes available.

We also offer Treibball Training. Click HERE to learn more.

K9 Nose Work® Docs

K9 Nose Work is an exciting new sport for dogs of all breeds, sizes and ages. Dogs learn to search for novel scents in a manner very similar to professional detection dogs. 

K9 Nose Work allows your dog to develop the natural drive to hunt and find. It’s a very positive experience and dogs are always rewarded. K9 Nose work is an excellent addition to a behavior modification program for shy or reactive dogs. It’s a fun bonding experience for you and your dog., Their is a bonus too: Dogs go home tired, and it’s pretty easy for the human end of the leash!

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Fitness, Fun & Recovery.

To contact us about Swimming your dog

Phone: 360-702-6433

Vancouver Washington’s only Warm Water Swim Center for Dogs

Unsinkable Dog’s Swim Center

Our Dog Swimming Videos

Just as for humans, learning to swim can be important for the safety of your dog when around water. Swimming regularly is fabulous exercise for dogs of all ages. It’s ideal for strengthening, conditioning, injury and surgical recovery, arthritic dogs and just plain having fun! Our skilled coaches are ‘hands on’ and swim your dog without flotation devices unless there is a good reason to do so.

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Dog Training…

for BOTH ends
of the leash.

Group or Private Training for Manners and Basic skills

Joyce: 206-819-7297

In Shoreline & Mill Creek we offer Group Dog Training Classes for manners and skills and Private In-home Training.

Manners & Training Docs

Our  Private Dog Training Program  in the greater Portland/Vancouver WA area as well as Shoreline/Mill Creek usually involves teaching the human end of the leash as well as the dog end.

We specialize in behavior problem solving as well as skills training.

Many difficult dogs simply need clear and consistent rules and direction to be successful with their human family. Almost every dog has the potential to learn.

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