Puppy Play & Train

Availability

Service is offered Monday through Friday. Ashley will offer a meet and greet for 30 minutes prior to commencing services to go over training offered, obtain parking instructions, entry details and access to your home.

Methods

We only employ reward based methods (food and praise/attention) and do not use physical corrections,  water spray/penny cans or aversive measures. We will only walk puppies on a harness and solid leash to make sure they are not choking when pulling.

Session Length and Pricing

Sessions are 45 minutes in length and available Monday through Friday and via the online calendar.

All booking is via the online calendar so pre-scheduling is recommended and times offered are not always available.

Please email Ashley to set up your Meet and Greet.

3 Pack: $135 +gst  BOOK HERE

5 Pack: $220 +gst   BOOK HERE

Service area is North and West Vancouver

Everyone Wants A Well Trained Puppy

Ashley is our resident Puppy Play & Train trainer. She’ll arrive at your home during a weekday while you are at work or out and give your puppy a relief break to ensure your house training remains in order, and she will work on these core behaviors and socialization with your puppy:

  • sits & downs
  • no jumping up
  • wait (wait for food bowl, wait for door)
  • mat training/go to your place
  • stay on your mat/bed
  • leash walking skills (no pulling please!)
  • leave it (don’t pick up garbage please)
  • drop-it
  • body handling (we want your puppy to be happy to be handled at the vet, groomer and overall so think nail trims, brushing and medical procedures)

Details: Service is offered Monday through Friday only. Ashley will offer a meet and greet for 30 minutes prior to her first visit and to obtain parking instructions, entry details and access to your home.
Methods: We only employ reward based methods (food and praise/attention) and do not use physical corrections,  water spray/penny cans or aversive measures. We will only walk puppies on a harness and solid leash to make sure they are not choking when pulling.