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In just 10 private sessions the average dog will be able to locate the track layer in over a half mile track through variable terrain. Ron’s knowledge of the dog’s sense of smell and the physiology of the dog’s nose will be the factor in allowing your dog to excel quickly. One big difference between man and dog is the square area of the olfactory sensory cells inside the nose. It is estimated that man has five million of these cells, while a German Shepherd Dog has 220 million. So let’s use your dogs nose and have some fun.


  • 12 weeks or older
  • Good health (tracking requires some exertion for you and your dog)
  • Tracking Test - no charge for the first test

Did you enjoy hide and seek as a kid? How would you like to
have someone hide and you can tell your dog to go find them?
Whether you are wanting to get involved in search and rescue, police
dog tracking, finding lost items or you just want to have a fun hobby
with your dog; this program will give you the knowledge to have your
very own tracking program.

Pups in training

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