N. Mueller

Volunteering is a valuable learning experience for anyone considering or now competing in the sport. Nothing compares to seeing many teams work out the same challenge. It’s also a “feel good” experience to know I’m paying back or paying forward the volunteers who have volunteered or will volunteer when I compete. Finally, it’s a great way to meet other participants in the sport, and learn why they use certain equipment, how they set up, who they train with, and where they practice.

Cynthia & Walter

Walter the Pom and I had a blast at your NW2 Trial yesterday. Please accept my appreciation to you, your volunteers, your vendors, videographer, C.O., and judges for a lovely day having NW fun with my dog. Your hospitality was genuinely welcoming. Your facility clearly set up and any questions cheerfully answered. Walter the Pom and I are grateful you gave us the day. Please pass my thanks to everyone involved. Thank you.

Eleanor & Rileigh

Tammy is very kind, gentle and patient with dogs and people. She makes every exercise fun and fulfilling.

Pam & Abbie and Ellie

I have been training with Tammy for seven years with my dog Abbie Cadabra doing agility. She has learned so much and loves coming to class. Abbie competes now with great confidence.

My dog Ellie is now learning nose work. It’s great for her because she has a problem with her hips so this is a great sport for her. Thank you Tammy for loving the dogs and always being patient.

Peg & Mac

Training tips from Tammy are so useful in everyday situations, not just class.

Jessica & Daisy

My dog Daisy was an abused dog who had issues with trust of humans and other dogs. Training with Tammy helped Daisy become more confident and friendlier with dogs and people. She now can be off leash at a park doing  demos and competitions without a worry of her barking or growling at people or dogs.

Marsha & Rusty

Rusty loves to go to “work”. It is such a great bonding experience between dog and owner. It is a great way to burn energy and work their brains. He is usually falling asleep on the way home. I have been thankful to find this for rainy days and extra energy days.

Kathy & Logan

I appreciate Tammy’s classes because going on “field trips” exposes my dog to a variety of new search locations.

Kriss & Q

Since entering nose work, “Q” has become quite a “nosey” dog. He loves searching for scent! Thank you Tammy for opening a new world to us.

Laura & Riley

Always wanted to do an activity with my dogs. The classes are both challenging & easy. I find it refreshing how easily any size dog can do this activity. I really can’t wait to see how far we can go.