Agile Paws Dog Sports is proud to showcase the APDS full time students that have earned NACSW™ K9 Nose Work® titles. We acknowledge that many of our teams have earned accomplishments in other organizations and we are proud of them as well. However, it is our decision to focus and highlight NACSW™ milestones.
The criteria to be in the showcase is as follows:
Regular attendance: A minimum of 4 classes a quarter, 16 a year.
Volunteering 2 days a year at APDS events.
We encourage all students to attend classes and volunteer at our trials. It is a great way to continue to grow your nose work skills.
Q also started taking agility classes at Agile Paws Dog Sports before Tammy started offering nose work. Q is the first Agile Paws Dog Sports team to compete in an NW3 trial. Kriss & Q earned their NW3 in Colorado and are now working on their NW3-Elite.
Daisy was Jessica’s introduction to dog sports. They were one of Agile Paws earliest agility students and then began taking nose work classes when Tammy started offering them. Even though Daisy had a broken, twisted leg due to abuse, it never stopped her from putting her all into competing. At 13 years old, Daisy was the first Agile Paws Dog Sports student to earn an NW1 as well as the first to earn an NW2 when she was 14 years old. Unfortunately Daisy was a senior when she started classes and was unable to compete in NW3, where she no doubt would have done well if age hadn’t caught up with her. Anise was her favorite odor and Containers her favorite element.
Daisy was always the perfect demo dog and really shined when we worked with the special education students. Knowing just what they needed, she was always the star.
First APDS Student to compete in and earn an NW1 Title.
First APDS Student to compete in and earn an NW2 Title.
First APDS Student to compete in and earn an Element Title