NACSW faculty member and certified instructor, Jean Richardson, is coming to New Dawn ABC for a K9 Nose Work® Working Clinic. This will be her first time in Florida, so don’t miss the chance to spend the day learning from Jean!
Jean will be at New Dawn ABC on Saturday, September 26 and Sunday, September 27, 2015.
This is a working clinic with 10 working teams each day.
There are auditing spots still available. One day auditing spaces are $75.00 and will give you a chance to watch a variety of dog and handler teams work and be part of the discussions and instructions. Auditor spots are OPEN to any level of handler! From NW 3 handlers to humans that have completed Intro class. Jean is an excellent instructor and has competed at the Elite level. Personally, I have learned much from her and I am thrilled to offer this to New Dawn ABC clients/students and K9 Nose Work folks in Florida and the southeast.
To sign up please go to: https://newdawnabc.com/request-authorization/
Complete the general info from and in the last section note that you are interested in an auditor spot for Jean Richardson. I will send you a payment link when I receive request, if there are spaces available.
More about Jean Richardson, Certified Nose Work™ Instructor:
Jean is the owner of Wells Creek Dog Training on the Central Coast of Oregon and has been involved in dog training in various forms since 1984. She began training her personal dog for obedience competition at that time and has continued to learn along the way. She has competed and trained her own dogs to titles in AKC Obedience and Rally, Agility, Herding, Lure Coursing, Tracking, Field Trials and Conformation as well as the NW3 level in K9 Nose Work®.
Since becoming a CNWI in 2011, Jean has brought K9 Nose Work® to the Central Coast area of Oregon, teaching many classes for various organizations in the area including Safe Haven Humane Society and the Emerald Dog Obedience Club where she is the Training Director. She is currently the NACSW™ National Trial Approval Coordinator, approving potential trial sites and trials. She is also a NACSW™ Certifying Official for both Nose Work Trials and Element Specialty Trials and a Regional Score Room Lead for the Pacific Northwest region.
Before moving to Oregon in 2008, she was an Instructor for Guide Dogs of America in Sylmar, CA, helping to train and then pair guide dogs with visually impaired recipients. She has also been involved in teaching obedience, puppy, and reactive dog classes in Southern California as well as Oregon.
Jean and her husband currently share their home and compete in NACSW™ Nose Work with Diesel von Herzensfreude, RA, NW3, NW3-V, NW3-E – a German Shepherd who has taught Jean all about NACSW™ faults, alerts, and how to make inaccessible hides accessible, Heirline Five O Clock Charlie, RA CA TDX NW2, NW3-E, Field Champion Heirline Whirlybird, TD – a Basset Hound just getting started in Nose Work and the newest addition Fasth von Herzensfreude – a nine month old German Shepherd getting ready for his first ORT.