Yaletown Dog Training
Sarah trains dogs using positive, reward-based methods. She graduated from and is now on the faculty of The Academy for Dog Trainers, a program widely considered the Harvard of dog training schools. She is also a member of The Pet Professional Guild, an organization for dog trainers who use only force-free methods. Sarah is a member of the Board of Directors for West Coast Cocker Rescue, which takes in Cocker Spaniels from high-volume shelters in British Columbia and Los Angeles. As a dog trainer there, she has demonstrated a unique ability to transform troubled dogs into adoptable family pets, and regularly fosters dogs at home.
Yaletown Dog Training trains your dog to do what you want by teaching him to want to do it. Your dog will actually like doing the everyday activities that he resists now. We’ll make grooming, nail-trimming, and teeth-brushing easy and stress-free for you and your dog. You’ll save time and money now – and avoid expensive dental procedures requiring anesthetics down the road. We’ll also get your dog to:
- Happily relax when it’s time to give him pills, ear drops, or other meds
- Willingly let you take away objects, like his food bowl, favorite bone, or special toy
- Wait patiently while you put the leash on, then walk politely by your side and only greet other dogs if you want to
Yaletown’s convenient Private Training and Board & Train options make problem behaviors disappear and prevent bigger problems from cropping up later. We give you a better-behaved dog – and everyday tools you can use to keep improving his behavior for many happy years to come.