Versatility in Dog Training

We believe in versatility when it comes to meeting your dogs needs. No matter what your needs are, we are here to help find a solution that works for your lifestyle.





We Focus on taking the time to teach the handler 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 are tailored  for all lifestyles and learners.


We Focus on the student in front of us. With versatile training methods, we understand that success comes from recognizing what motivates the student in front of 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 educational background!



Westshore Only

 We take your canine out in the morning where they will receive one-on-one attention from a Certified Trainer. During your dogs session they will be exercised, trained and socialized tailored to their skill level and goals. 


Private, Group & Online

  • Behaviour Modification

  • Reactivity & Aggression

  • Basic Obedience

  • Advanced Obedience

  • Puppy Raising/Preparation

  • Proper Socialization

  • Crate Training

  • Remote Collar Training

  • Conditioning for the Canine Athlete

  • Nose Work

Westshore & Saanich

Discover our options tailored to fit your canines socialization needs and lifestyle. From Adult Dog Socialization to Group Walks, all will help your dog create neutrality around distractions and teach owners on functional socialization.

Group Classes Coming Spring 2023!


Our goal is to provide service to a broad area of communities

*Travel Fee's will apply for in person outside the Westshore

“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.”

Ashleigh Warner