Revolution Dog Sports

Revolution Dog Sports

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The Year of the Dog is well underway and our February 2018 class schedule is here to provide even more learning opportunities for you and your dog.  And don’t forget, we have weekend learning opportunities January 20-21 and January 27-28.  For those of you attending several classes or events each month or working with multiple […]

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Start the New Year off right with weekend workshops and classes geared to help you achieve your goals!  You can register online for classes by clicking on the links below OR contact Liz at training@revolutiondogsports.com or call/text 775-813-0856.  Saturday classes are taught at 3550 Barron Way #4B, Reno NV off Louie Lane.  Sunday classes are […]

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By request, we’ve added a Saturday session of classes December 2, 2017 in Reno, NV! Tracking lessons are available by appointment at North Valleys Regional Park!  $30 per session.  Email Liz at training@revolutiondogsports.com or call/text at 775-813-0856.   Scent Work Practice Location:  North Valleys Regional Park Focus:  Exteriors, Containers, Buried Time:  10:00 AM Cost:  $30 […]

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Judge’s Workshop Presenter:  Mark Shaw Hosted by Revolution Dog Sports Thursday December 7 – Friday December 8 Held at the Competitive Canine Gym (Sacramento, CA) 2 Day Working Spot:  $275 paid before 11/01/17 Working spots meet the requirement to maintain judging certifications or for judging applicants.  No refunds will be made for entries cancelled on […]

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“Here we see the majestic nosework terrier in her natural element. Note the brightly colored plumage, the backward wind up followed by explosive forward movement in conjunction animated screaming of the primate this terrier as chosen to communicate the delivery of the liver of a deceased bovine, carefully dried and preserved by the well-trained primate…” […]

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Selecting a Harness for Scent Work One of the most frequently asked questions in our scent work classes is what type of harness teams should use. The ideal harness for scent work includes the following features: Does not restrict freedom of movement Has a D-ring so the line can be attached behing the withers (shoulder) […]

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