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Training Methods & Position Statements
We use a non-confrontational fear and force free approach to training. Positive reinforcement works by rewarding the learner immediately after a behaviour occurs which makes it more likely that the behavior will occur again in the future. For example, if you give your dog a treat every time they come near you at the park, they will offer more check ins in hopes of receiving that prized reward.
No e-collars, prong collars, bark collars, choke chains or any device that can cause unnecessary physical or psychological harm to the animal will be used in any of our training and are prohibited while working with our team. We also prohibit the use of pain, fear, intimidation, leash corrections and any verbal or physical reprimands. The use of any of these methods could lead to termination of services.
Contact us with questions BEFORE booking.
Ban Shock Collars
Ban Shock Collars Canada
Fear Free Pets
Pet Professional Guild
BCSPCA Position Statement on Animal Training
AVSAB Position Statements
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