Lumi is a Siberian husky. She does a little bit of everything but truly succeeds in K9 Nose Work®. Lumi was 1st place overall in her NW1 and two of her NW3s, and 2nd place overall in the third! She also loves Treibball, and Agility and is the star of many of our training videos. She’s now focusing on competition obedience.
Hazel L1I, Elite 3
Hazel is a purebred Border Collie from cowdog lines. She has been trained on both sheep and cows and gets to function as the stock setter when we give herding lessons.
When she is not herding, she is sniffing, just like all of our dogs. Hazel was the 2nd ever Border Collie to earn an NW3 title and she has earned numerous speed placements at all levels, 3rd place NW2, and 2nd place overall at two NW3s, and 1st place overall when she received her Elite 3 title.
K9 Ghost L1I, L2C, NW2
Ghost is our second Border Collie, from similar lines, and has earned her NW2 with a 2nd place overall. She loves nose work and cows.
CGC K9 Icie, L1E, NW3 Elite
Icie is a Belgian Malinois and is loving nose work and dabbling in IPO. She earned her NW1 the day after her 1st birthday, and her NW2 less than 3 months later. Icie has earned her NW3 Elite (3 NW3s) with a 1st place overall and two 4th place overall before she was 3.5 years old.
She also LOVES competitive obedience (especially heeling), and is working on treibball and agility.
Catfish is the newest addition to our family. He is an Pointer Cross and loves hunting. He is working on both hunting in the field, K9 Nose Work and working through the DogJutsu Levels.
He and Lumi are co-starring in our "Starting from Scratch" series in our Online Learning, make sure to check them out!
Matatabi, Cat Extraordinaire
Mattie loves trick training and is starting Nose Work as well. She's the training star in several of our Youtube videos.
CGC Cinnamon L1I, NW2, NW3-E, NW3-V, NW3-C
02/05/2008 – 06/10/2016
Cinnamon was a sweetheart Border Collie/Australian Shepherd Mix. We most loved doing nose work together, but she also had a blast with sheep herding, agility, rally, and just chasing a ball for as long as we would throw it. She died much too young from a neurological disease: Cerebellar Abiotrophy. She was our first dog together, and we could never thank her enough for all that she taught us and the places she took us.
Without you, we would never have gotten here.