Q) Will you be bringing your training seminars to my city?

A) Yes. Like our Facebook page and watch for dates in Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, Kamloops, Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Fort McMurray, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and more…

Q) Does my dog have to have any issues for me to attend?

A) No. There are many people who attend to learn all of the Dog Psychology so that they can avoid behaviour issues in the future.

Q) Do you work with any breed or size of dog?

A) Yes. All breeds and sizes have behaviour issues so all are welcome.

Q) Do you work with any age of dog?

A) Yes. Dogs are like us, they really don’t enjoy living under all of that stress and really want to change.

Q) Do you use any harsh or cruel techniques?

A) Dog Psychology is not about punishment. It is about communication and building a trusting and respectfull relationship.

Q) What leash or collor should I use?

A) We always tell people to use what they are most comfortable with. We generally stay away from harnesses as they trigger the pulling instinct and we also stay away from the halty style as they put some stress on the spine of the dog when the dog lunges or if there is a tug correction on the leash.

Q) Is my dog too old or too young to learn or to be rehabilitated?

A) All negative behaviours can be modified no matter the age.

Q) Can I bring my puppy to your seminar?

A) Yes. Puppies are always welcome. Start ’em early and avoid issues.

Q) Can members of my immediate family attend the training.

A) Yes. It is benificial to have everyone in the home on the same page and speaking the same language.

Q) After we graduate is there any support?

A) Yes. We will remain as a resource for you and are open to discuss any specific needs that you may have.


A) That is a minimum 8 to 10 hour conversation and that is what we teach in the seminars & workshops.

Please contact us now to register.


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