Assistance Dog Training
Are you thinking about training your own dog to become your personal therapy or assistance dog? We can help.
When it comes to dogs, one size does not fit all. One-on-one training gives you a tailored, personalized experience in your dog’s own environment. We come to you. We train in your home, at your local park, or wherever you need us to be.
Start your puppy out right with our Puppy Prodigy Program. Our tailored curriculum will help you get the dog you want and is designed to prevent common behaviour problems.
Does your dog have separation anxiety? Special medical needs? Or are you looking for your dog to learn while you take your vacation? We offer in-home boarding and board-and-train in Port Moody, B.C.
Go beyond “sit” and “stay” to discover what your dog is truly capable of. We specialize in training exciting and complex behaviours that will revitalize your bond and amaze your friends.
Turn your dog around and rediscover the fun and joy in your relationship. We can help you get to the root of your dog’s issues and provide positive, real-world solutions.
Our experienced trainers will help you discover how dog ownership should feel – joyful, fun, and easy.
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Amelia Kellum, CPDT-KA, CTDI
Carol Millman B.Sc., RAHT, CPDT-KA CTDI
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MatEternity leave is over, training in the Fraser Valley is back on, and I can't wait to see all the puppies! Book private training for puppy programs, behaviour modification, and assistance dog training on our website: BOOK ONLINE NOW! ...Read More
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Training in the Fraser Valley will have to be put on hold for a short while because trainer Amelia has given birth! This is Amelia's 1st child, so we can't predict how long her maternity leave might last, but we do apologize for not being there to help out with ...Read More
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Happy New Year! New Year, New Dog Trick! This New Year, why not resolve to spend more time having fun with your loved ones? Why not teach your dog a new trick? The days are so short and dark, and you and your dog are just staring at one another, ...Read More