Meghan & Rosie
“Sydney taught us to set boundaries and give more structure to our dog's life which has been the biggest game changer, as well as the tools and strategies to manage and shape behaviours. I used to get anxious before every single walk with our girl but now I feel confident in my training with her and I know how to handle every situation that comes up."
Kelsey & Ranger
"Sydney helped us teach our puppy general obedience, but also tweaked our sessions to suit our specific goals for our puppy, a Chocolate Lab we will be training for bird hunting. Ranger is 4 months old and we get nothing but compliments on his good behaviour and recall etc."
Lois & Beau
"Sydney is a delight to work with. She is enthusiastic, caring and fun and immediately bonded with our Bichon puppy Beau. She worked out a program custom made for our specific needs and she patiently guided my husband and me on how to reinforce the training. She is very validating, positive and flexible in her approach to us and our beloved pet."
We Focus on taking the time to teach the owner how to be successful. Our goal is for you to feel confident and prepared with coaching from a Certified Instructor.
We Focus on tailoring your needs to help meet your dogs. Sessions and Programs are tailored for all lifestyles and learners to bring out the best in your dog.
We Focus on the student in front of us. With versatile training methods, we understand that success comes from recognizing the needs of the student.
More About Us
Passionate. Patient. Personable.
These are just a few of the characteristics that describe us. We know each canine and human team is different, and will work with you and your dog to give the specific guidance needed. Whether you need help with training, exercising or socializing we are here.
Learn more about our methodology and professional educational background.
“Beneath every behaviour is a feeling, and beneath each feeling is a need, and when we meet that need rather than focus on the behaviour, we begin to deal with the cause not the symptom.”