Located in North Vancouver, Bravo Dog offers puppy classes, teen and adult classes. We specialize in offering solutions ranging for nuisance barking and house training to even the most challenging behaviour issues such as aggression and fear.
With so much new information about puppy and adolescent development puppy classes are now so much more than sit, down and stay. Join a class dedicated to providing the crucial information you need to raise a well-socialized and balanced puppy.
Our consultation sessions will focus on your challenges, goals and training techniques for you to make change. We specialize and focus on issues ranging from nuisance barking and house training to aggression and reactivity.
The convenience and effectiveness of private training may be right up your alley. Focus-specific sessions can fast track results and the one-on-one sessions are tailored to suit you and your dogs needs.
We're qualified, effective and passionate. Check out our credentials.
Renée is a life saver! She truly cares about each and every dog she works with. She understands dogs and what they need from us to succeed. I felt really hopeless and overwhelmed with my reactive rescue before meeting Renée but with the force-free training she has shown me, I have seen vast improvement with him. I no longer think of training as stressful instead it's become fun and a time to bond with my dog. What I learned most from her is that when my dog is "acting out" he isn't giving me a hard time rather he's having a hard time. That's a really important lesson that helps put things into perspective for anyone dealing with a dog who may have behavioural problems. Thanks Renée!
Renee has been spectacular to work with: intelligent, down to earth, practical, and highly educated. We have adopted a rescue pittie with a lot of fear and reactivity, and were adamant about finding a behaviour consultant and trainer who could help us work effectively with her using science-based *positive* training methods only. Too many trainers in our area are advertising "dog whispering" services, or clinging to problematic, out of date ideas about animal behaviour, so we took the time and sought out someone with top notch credentials and expertise. Renee is experienced, results oriented, and incredibly kind; we're lucky to have found her.
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