Nose Games

Nose Games is an introduction to different types of nose games that are both fun and mentally stimulating.  Nose games can be played anywhere and are a great way to keep your dog’s mind stimulated, even on those rainy, cold indoor days.  Nose games use your dog’s natural talent: their sense of smell.  In addition, we will introduce one of the first scents used in nose and scent work competitions.

Dogs must be up-to-date on Rabies vaccine.

No Aggressive dogs

Note: The following signed forms are required to attend our classes SUDS Waiver, and Liability Release.

Please view our Class Cancellation policy prior to registering

Discounts Offered

  • $10 discount for current SUDS member
  • $10 discount for student alumni.  Applies only for the same dog to take the next session and next level of class. One time offer, cannot be combined with any other discounts.
  • Rescue: 1/2 price for Dogs adopted from a shelter or rescue organization within the last 6 months. Must show proof of rescue the day of registration.


*Note: Adopted dogs must have been in their new home for at least 4 weeks prior to the start of class. Dogs and new owners need time to bond before starting a training program.

Nose Games - 6 weeks

The Details

When:  Saturdays 1/25/20 through 2/29/20

Time: 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Instructors: Gail Workman and LeAnn Sawyer

Where:  2760 Vineyard Drive, Santa Clara, UT 84765 (SUDS field)

Cost: $95 ($85 for SUDS members- Become a Member Today!
        $10 for a scent work kit payable at first class.

Class size is limited to 10 dogs.

No Aggressive Dogs 

*Pre-Registration and Pre-Payment required


Successful completion of an obedience class is always helpful but not required.   Dogs should have a good recall.

Class Description

This is a fun class for you and your dog to learn games.  It gives your dog extra physical stimulation and is a great activity for any dog, young or old.   It builds confidence.  It gives your dog a job to do and makes them feel useful and is fun and rewarding.  It also gives you a great chance to bond with your dog.  Dogs thrive when they are given tasks to do.