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Sunday, March 17, 2024 SNIFF-N-GO

Andis Company
1800 Renaissance Blvd, Sturtevant, WI 53177

*Page updated 10:00am 3/16/2024*

Your assigned run time is listed below the map, under the participation level you registered for.


  • Please park in the designated parking off of Amerigo Avenue (see map below), along the north end of the property. Do not park along the eastern side of the building, marked for volunteers only. There are searches going on along that side of the building and we do not want any line of sight issues.

  • Please arrive 20 minutes before your run time. Excessively early arrivals will not result in getting to run earlier in the day.

  • Park in the designated competitor parking areas when you arrive.

  • Enter the marked entry door on the map to check-in with registration.

  • Please confirm your car make and model and cell phone # when you check-in.

  • When your runtime is coming up, our parking lot volunteers will find you to get you inside the building to stage. Do not stage with your dog outside unless you are told to do so.

  • Human restrooms are available indoors near registration.

  • If you have a red bandanna dog, please bring your own bandanna.

  • There will be a small bake sale and raffle going on! Cash or Venmo is accepted for the bake sale and raffle.


  • Dogs can be pottied on the property in the designated areas only. Do not go into the unpermitted areas and do not allow dogs to pee on any building structures or landscaping up by the building

  • Dogs must be on-leash at all times on the property. 

  • Pick up any poop and place it in the waste bin near the parking area or take it with you off-site.


  • There will be no walk through prior to searching.

  • All participant levels will have 3 searches. Once you enter the building with your dog, you will stay inside and travel to the 3 search areas consecutively.

  • Searches will be conducted following the current NACSW trial rulebook guidelines for false alerts, faults, and errors. If you would like to continue running after false alert/s, you must request as such at the beginning of each search. If you do not request this, you will be dismissed from the search after false alerts.

  • For each search:

    • A volunteer will tell you specific information for each search area, including: What level you are running, the time limit, the on or off leash option, search area boundaries, and other relevant search area criteria.

    • All searches will be run blind unless you tell the judge you would like to know where the hides are. 

    • Be sure to call "ALERT" when your dog has found each hide. NW2 and above, be sure to call “FINISH” when your dog is done searching.

  • Spectators are welcome, but they may not be able to watch all searches due to search area size.

  • Competitors may videotape their own searches according to the current NACSW trial rule book guidelines.

  • After you are finished running with your dog, you may leave. There will not be a debrief, awards or placements shared after the event.

  • Participants who are running multiple dogs across different levels and looking for something to do between runs, there are a few dog-friendly exercise areas nearby, including. 

Questions? Please email/call/text Laura at or 262-844-9857


Names in blue text indicate a handler with multiple dogs participating in the event. 

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