The website will be updated shortly, but in the mean time here is the August schedule of events and classes!!
August ONLY Kids & Canines CAMP!! Runs the week of August 11th-15th, from 9 am-noon each day. Kids 7 years and older are welcome, no dog ownership necessary!!
New Classes, all classes run for 6 weeks:
Reactive Rover-Wednesday August 6th 6:00 pm
Manners Class-Thursday August 7th 6:00 pm
Puppy Class-Thursday August 7th 7:15 pm
Manners Class-Sunday August 17th 10:00 am
Puppy Class-Sunday August 17th 11:15 am
Disc Dog Class-Monday August 18th 7:00 pm
Wednesday August 6th
Monday August 11th
Wednesday August 13th
Monday August 18th
Wednesday August 20th
Monday August 25th
Wednesday August 27th
Wednesday August 6th 7:30 pm
Sunday August 10th 7:30 pm
Wednesday August 20th 7:30 pm
Paws Here is now offering canine board and train, private sessions, recall workshops, polite walking workshops, puppy classes, training days, social groups, disc dog, nose work, tricks class, manners classes and canine photography in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
All training is done using force free methods and tools, there are many different of methods out there but it's important to understand that they are NOT all equal. Many trainers try to explain that every dog learns differently and therefore you have to be open to using all different kinds of training if they deem necessary. That is simply untrue and you should be wary of trainers that state it as such.
The science of canine behavior has proven that all dogs learn using the same principles of behavior and it is just a matter of finding the correct motivation that an individual dog needs. All behavior problems and issues can be solved without the use of force and punishment. If you have any questions or inquiries please look around the website and if they are still unanswered contact me here. Keep in mind that not using physical punishment to end unwanted behaviors does NOT mean that we're permissive of those behaviors. There can be consequences for a dogs poor behavior that don't need to cause physical harm to the dog.