Dog Tracking Georgia

Dog Tracking Georgia

Dog Tracking Training Classes in Georgia


With a keen sense of smell – 100,000 times stronger than humans – dogs are often used to find lost people and animals, drugs, avalanche and disaster victims, and even to detect cancer. K9 Tracking is a sport that demonstrates your dog’s natural ability to recognize and follow a scent. You can learn easy exercises & games with your dog to discriminate scents and have an enjoyable experience while allowing your dog to use his natural talents. Gain a working relationship with your dog and give him the confidence that comes with a job well done. Dog Scent Tracking Training is an exciting adventure for your dog and a great way to work his natural abilities.


Tracking Class Descriptions

Exploring Tracking?

Would you like a chance to try out Tracking and see if it is a good sport for you and your dog? This class will cover basic concepts of tracking from how to start your track, motivational talk, and common commands to line work and article indication. This is a great place to start for those totally new to tracking or for those current trackers who need work on starts and article indication.

  •  Length: 4 Weekly Sessions
  • Sessions of roughly 1.5 hours each
  •  $500.00

Beginner Tracking

This covers everything from beginning tracking through getting more advanced tracks and added distance.  At this level, starting to begin road crossings, 300+ yard tracks, and more advanced trail work.

  • Length: 8 Weekly Sessions
  •  Sessions of roughly 1.5 hours each
  • Cost:$800

Beginner and Basic Urban Tracking

It covers everything from beginning tracking through the basics of urban tracking. Class may be held at different parks and locations throughout the city.  This will get your dog having a solid track through the woods, street crossings, and beginning to track in urban environments.

  •  Length: 12 Weekly Sessions
  • Sessions of roughly 1.5 hours
  • Cost:$1100


Georgia Dog Tracking Lessons

*Due to the nature of tracking, every dog can progress at different levels; however, above is a general guideline of where a dog will be*