K9 Nose Work classes

Flying Ace is excited to host K9 Nose Work classes taught by Christina Bunn.


What is Nose Work?

Nose work is a sport that is modeled after professional detection dog training, but is adapted for pet dogs. Dogs learn to use their natural scent discrimination abilities to find hidden target odors and alert their handlers to the location, in multiple different settings.

What kind of dogs can do Nose Work?

All dogs can participate in Nose Work!  No special skills are needed, just basic manners (and a nose!).  Nose Work is a terrific confidence builder and a great way to work a busy dogs brain.

Who is Christina Bunn?

Owner and Master Trainer of Puget Sound Detection Dogs, Christina has trained detection dogs professionally for over 21 yrs.

She is a Certified Nose Work Instructor through the National Association of Canine Scent Work, as well as a trial judge and Nose Work camp instructor. In addition, Christina is a K9 handler for her local county’s search & rescue program, and is involved in Pet Therapy and Crisis Response, competitive obedience, and agility.



Introduction to Nose Work

Age: 6 months and older

Prerequisite: none

Cost: $200

Weeks: 6

Monday, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm, August 12, 2019 through September 23, 2019  Location: Crystal Creek Farms,  Woodinville. Instructor: Christina Bunn *No class September 2*


Beginning Nose Work

Age: 6 months and older

Prerequisite: Introduction to Nose Work with Christina, or instructor permission

Cost: $200

Weeks: 6

Monday,2:45 pm to 4:15 pm, August 12, 2019 through September 23, 2019  Location: Crystal Creek Farms,  Woodinville. Instructor: Christina Bunn *No class September 2*

Class is OPEN  register here



All dogs must be current on their vaccines and have had a recent (within 6 months) clear fecal exam.

NOTE: Aggressive dogs are not permitted in Flying Ace Puppy School group training classes. We are happy to refer you to local trainers who specialize in dogs with aggression issues.