top of page
Rescue Puppy

Behaviour Modification

General Fear & Anxiety

including Novel objects & new situations

Fear of the vet or groomer

Sound Sensitivity

Fear & Reactivity: Service

Does your dog struggle with general fear and anxiety? Noise sensitivity? Have a fear of novel objects or situations? Does the thought of taking your dog to the vet or groomer cause you stress?


Handling a dog struggling with fear, anxiety and stress has many challenges but we are here to help! When you book with us, you will work one on one with our certified behaviour consultant or senior trainer who both specialize in fear and aggression. They will set both you and your dog up for success, develop a realistic management and safety plan and help build your confidence in training and handling your dog.

What we can help with

Fear of Objects

(collar/harness, lawn mower, vacuum, novel items etc.)

Noise Sensitivity

(loud vehicles, thunder, kitchen appliances, fireworks etc.)

Environmental Fears

(car rides, different floor surfaces, noisy/crowded places, etc.)

Fear of the Vet or Groomer


Please note - Separation anxiety & resource guarding cases will be referred to trainers who specialize in these areas

*All behaviour modification clients are required to get a vet check to rule out any medical issues within a month of your consultation

Behaviour Modification

Empower Your Training Journey:

Partner with us for positive Behaviour change


Each new client begins by booking a comprehensive 60 or 90 minute consultation which can be done in person or virtually. During the consultation, your trainer will take a full history of your dog, get an idea of your lifestyle and routines, set you up with safety and management strategies, develop a custom training plan and walk you through the training exercises needed to start your plan. From there, you will practice the new skills taught for a couple weeks before either attending a basic meetup with our Tri-Cities Reactive Club or booking a private follow up to ensure no changes need to be made.

Scroll to the bottom of the page for a full breakdown of what to expect when you book with us.

60 Minute Consultation

$199 plus GST

A 60 minute consultation to get you started on your journey to tackling reactivity. This session is best for those with frustrated greeters or dogs who are overall friendly but struggle on leash or dogs who are overly fearful or tackling body handling struggles.


Dogs with a bite history towards another dog or human must book a 90 minute session.

90 Minute Consultation

$295 plus GST

A 90 minute in depth consultation to get you started on your journey to tackling reactivity. This session is best for those who want a more thorough understanding of their dogs behaviour challenges, have multiple different challenges to tackle, display resource guarding or have a bite history towards a dog or human.

Each consultation includes 1 free basic meetup with our Tri-Cities Reactive Club

Meetups are mainly held in Coquitlam and Pitt Meadows

If your dog is not suitable for the club this holds no additional value



30-45 minute in person session - $128.25 plus GST

60 minute in person session - $175 plus GST


These sessions are an excellent add-on for vet or grooming visits, practice sessions at home or mock sessions to help prepare for an upcoming appointment.

In person sessions can be with our behaviour consultant or senior trainer. If needed, they can bring a dog or work in the environment

It is recommended to book a follow up within 2-3 weeks of your initial session for the best results.

All sessions will take place within Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Port Moody, Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge

If outside of these areas, email to book and a travel fee will apply

What to expect when you book with us

When we meet, we start by looking at your dog’s daily routine and see if we need to make any adjustments. From there we will discuss your current challenges to get a solid understanding of what is going on.

Next, we set some goals, management and safety strategies and begin creating a custom training plan.

We finish by going over the training plan to ensure it is manageable for you, show demonstrations where needed, answer any last questions and go over any homework to get started on before receiving your follow up notes and training plan via email.

Before we finish, we will book in any follow up appointment(s) if not already done.


It is recommended to book follow ups 1-3 weeks apart.

After the consultation, you will receive a training plan with step by step instructions, handouts and other educational tools. This will be sent within 10 days of your appointment unless otherwise specified.

We recommend writing down any questions before we arrive and also encourage taking notes, however, that is not required!


Follow ups

Follow ups are done in person and can be indoor or outdoor, though outdoor is preferred at this time

(masks are required for all sessions throughout the pandemic)

Your first follow up is generally booked 2 weeks after your consultation.

Additional follow-up lessons are generally scheduled 2-3 weeks apart

They are great for those of you who prefer hands on help with the implementation of the training plan, have multiple skills to work on, refining your dog training skills or keeping on track with your training plan with pre-booked appointments.

It is recommended that all sessions are completed within 6 months of the initial booking to ensure consistency in training

Sessions expire 12 months from initial booking

Please Note: We do not guarantee any results in training. Due to the nature of behaviour and all factors involved, time frames and progress will vary. Client compliance and completion of homework tasks is necessary for training plans to be successful.

bottom of page