The Nose Work Dance for All Levels with Jo Trent
Saturday, November 3
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
4830 W Oquendo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89118
In this full day workshop, Jo will work hands on with teams to review and refine Nose Work handling skills. We will cover leash handling, body pressure, positioning yourself to support your dog by moving or standing still.
This fun and informative class will appropriately challenge teams competing at all levels from novice to Elite. We will work on Interiors, Containers and Vehicles.
Registration Details -
WORKING SPOTS FULL - Please email: imPETusAnimalTraining@gmail.com to be added to wait list.
Working Spot - $185
Audit Spot - $100
Fee Includes morning coffee/tea & snacks; Bring your lunch.
About Jo Trent
Jo, originally from Colorado, had allergies to dogs and cats so “pocket pets” is what was roaming around her home. She was lucky enough to have an uncle with a farm, so every summer Jo was able to experience horses, cows, pigs, goats and chickens.
In 1995, Jo moved to sunny Southern California to work in the corporate world. After adopting her first cat, her passion for animals blossomed and she knew she wanted to work with animals. In 1999, Jo left the corporate world and started her own pet sitting business. To help develop her skills with working with animals and give back to the animal community, she volunteered for the spcaLA. Within months, Jo found herself working full time as the spcaLA’s Outreach Assistant. While working at spcaLA, Jo was shelter manager at P.D. Pitchford Companion Animal Village & Education Center, assisted the spcaLA’s Animal Behavior and Training Department with assessments and became a member of spcaLA’s Disaster Animal Response Team (DART). Jo became a sworn spcaLA Humane Officer and is S.A.F.E. certified.
Jo’s interest in K9 Nose Work® developed in 2009, when she enrolled Sluggo into a Fun Nose Work class. Jo enjoyed the confidence and fun that Sluggo experienced through Nose Work so much that she wanted to share the wonderful game with more folks and their dogs. Through the support of the NACSW founders and her husband, Jo started a new career in 2010 teaching K9 Nose Work® classes. Jo is a Certified Nose Work Instructor and NACSW Certifying Official.
Jo shares her home with husband, Sluggo, Jelly a Belgian Malinois and their 3 cats.