Training & Education


Taking your puppy or dog to training sets the foundation to learning to communicate. Equally important is training yourself. This should start as soon as you get your pup or dog.




Being able to communicate helps define expectations between the two of you.  Equalling important are the tools to help you communicate.  Just like the reigns, bridal and bit a rider uses with a horse, so too are a lead and the right type of collar important for you and your puppy/dog.


Problem behaviour can occur when puppy is bored or you are not communicating with one another. Take the time to know the basics.


  • Excitement / Submissive Urination
  • Breaking the Barking Cycle
  • Digging