Child & Dog Safety

Paws Here is a recognized presenter of both the "I Speak Doggie" and "Dog Stars" programs. "I Speak Doggie" is targeted to pre-school audiences and the "Dog Stars" program is great for elementary school ages. Both programs teach important skills and information that ALL children should know when it comes to being around dogs. These programs include a video presentation, handouts, games, certificates, and we bring a live dog (or two) to help with demos and teach appropriate interactions. These presentations are vital to safety between dogs and kids, not only if they have a dog at home but if they visit family or friends that have dogs, or if they encounter a dog off leash outside. Both presentations are around 45 minutes-1 hour depending on number of students and are  free of cost. Dontations towards print materials are accepted but not expected. Please contact us to schedule your presentation, we will work with all groups including but not limited to schools, preschools, youth clubs, scouts, guides, 4-H, and more! This presentation is available to the Prince Albert area, and up to two hours distance around the city. 

Training Demos

Training demos are available for a variety of sports and dog related skills! If you're interested in having us to discuss how dogs learn, show off what they can learn, or for a trainer Q & A please contact us to discuss details. Our dogs are fluent in obedience, agility, rally, nosework, tricks, and therapy work and willingly show off whenever given the chance!! These demos are for humans to come and learn, ask questions, and meet our dogs!


For inquiries about all our services, including daycare, please phone 306-960-5415 or use our contact form.

Our business hours

Monday - Friday07:00 AM - 05:30 PM
Daycare runs Mon-Fri 7:00 am-5:30 pm. Training, boarding, and classes run outside of those hours and on weekends as well. Contact us if you have any questions!

Where Are We Located?

570 16th Street West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

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