Since 1989, when the television series “Dealing with Dogs” was taped, much has changed in the world of dog training, and we are proud to be part of the progressive movement in the dog world, spear-headed by Dr. Ian Dunbar. The new, gentle, and fun, dog-friendly techniques for training, have shown remarkable results and are the new standards… they are what people want to see, and want to learn.
- These new training techniques, are what we choose to emphasize at Dealing with Dogs, because we believe they are saving puppies’ lives. A puppy’s ability to learn is fully developed by the time they first go home to their new families, so it is essential that they learn the correct house rules right away.
- Your puppy is learning all the time. That is why we emphasize proper management techniques, to prevent problems before they arise. Our job is to coach people toward a better understanding of dog behaviour, in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
- We are a group of dedicated dog professionals, working together to help you achieve the best possible relationship with your pet.
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At Dealing with Dogs, we are committed to help you achieve a happy, harmonious relationship with your dog. Our goal is to teach you dog-friendly training techniques, to produce people-friendly dogs. We guarantee professionally run, well-organized classes in clean, suitable location. We use fair, gentle, motivational methods to Deal with Dogs. All of our skilled instructors are members of the Canadian Association of Professional Pet Dog Trainers, and will share every technique they know, to help you be successful with your dog – regardless of its age, or breed. Our classes start and stop on time, and all our clients are provided with printed summaries of each class. Every dog can learn, and every dog has a talent. Dealing with Dogs guarantees to offer our best resources, to help you and your dog achieve success. Your dog needs you to guarantee the devotion and daily training necessary, to become a well-loved, well-behaved member of your family.