We offer dog training classes or obedience training classes on the North Shore and North Vancouver. Small group classes ensure focused attention for you and your pup. We only use positive reinforcement training methods to guarantee the best learning experience possible.

Summer Recall Clinics!

Looking to train a more reliable off-leash recall? Living in BC gives us access to plenty of amazing off-leash spaces but we need to work hard on training with our dogs to safely allow them to do so.


START DATES AVAILABLE:

Wednesday, Aug 10th 6:45pm


Monday, Aug 29th 8pm (skipping Sept 5)

Registration Info

  • 2 Sessions, 45 min
  • 3 dogs per class
  • Must be over 18 weeks
  • learn how to solidify your recall
  • Emergency Recall techniques
  • Emergency Stop
  • Motivation techniques
  • Equipment list will be sent ahead of time
  • Location on the North Shore (will be emailed to you)
  • $145 + GST

Puppy Kindergarten

DETAILS
  • 4 pups per class
  • Up to 16 weeks old
  • First set of core vaccines needed
  • 1 online orientation, 4 x 60 minute in person classes
  • Project Puppy Membership
  • $249 + gst

Puppy socialization done right saves lives. Prevention of fear (which causes reactivity) is our goal. Yes, we teach sit, down, stay, leave it, drop it, recall etc. but most importantly we give you the skills to raise a socially confident dog you enjoy sharing your life with.


Skills taught:

Marker training, sit, down, stay, intro to recall, leave it, wait, go to place, body handling, desensitization & more!


4

PUPPIES PER CLASS

4

CLASSES

9-16 weeks

AGE PERMITTED

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START DATES AVAILABLE:


Wednesday, Aug 24th 6:45pm (skipping Sept 7)


Manners Novice

DETAILS
  • 3 dogs per class
  • 17+ weeks old
  • 4 x 60 minute in person classes
  • $249 + gst

If you missed your chance to take Puppy class, Manners Novice is a great introduction to training your dog and building foundational behaviors. Limited to 3 dogs per class.

Skills taught for manners novice:

Marker training, wait, touch, look, let’s go, leave it, drop it, stay, recall, mat training, engagement & more!



3

DOGS PER CLASS

4

CLASSES

17 weeks+

AGE PERMITTED


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START DATES AVAILABLE:


Thursday, Aug 25th (skipping Sept 8)



Manners Advanced

PREREQUISITE: YOUR DOG MUST HAVE TAKEN A GROUP CLASS BEFORE ENROLLING
  • 3 dogs per class
  • 20+ weeks old
  • 4 x 60 minute in person classes
  • $249 + gst

Manners Advanced is suitable for those who have completed prior, formal group training with their dog and are ready for advanced behaviors. Explore new challenges and learn how to fine-tune behaviors including recall, leash skills and cooperative care. Limited to 3 dogs per class.

**PLEASE NOTE** You must have taken formal group training with your dog, prior to attending this class.

Skills taught for manners advanced:

Foundational behaviours with increased distractions, distance and duration, chin rest, lay down on side, stand, emergency stop, loose leash walking & more!


3

DOGS PER CLASS

4

CLASSES

20 weeks+

AGE PERMITTED


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START DATES AVAILABLE:


TBA


2 humans may attend with their dog to any given class. Children must be 10 years or older and accompanied by an adult.

Masks are optional.

No make-up classes for missed classes. Please refer to our cancellation and refund policies which are included in your intake form.

Our Team

Our trainers are dedicated to your dogs' success as well as yours! Our classes and services are designed to be FUN as we do not believe that learning should be anything but an enjoyable experience!

Sandy Wei, DipCBST, CPDT-KA, FDM

Sandy is a graduate with honors with a Diploma of Canine Behavior Science & Technology at CASI and has obtained her CPDT certification. She is a certified Family Dog Mediator through L.E.G.S. Applied Ethology FDM course and completed her Aggression in Dogs master course. Sandy has been certified by DogBiz as a force and fear free dog walker since 2016. Her philosophy and advocacy in bridging our lives with our dogs in a trusting manner includes meeting where the dogs are and not where we want them to be. Additionally, by viewing our relationship with dogs from a place of “look what I can do for the dog” and not “look what I can make my dog do”.

Chelsea Baird, KPA-CTP

Chelsea is a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner. In addition to teaching classes with Bravo, she works at Pacific Assistance Dogs Society as an Assistant Instructor in their Puppy-Raising Department. Chelsea is committed to continuing education and is always on the hunt for new resources to improve people’s relationships with their dogs. She believes putting the welfare of our dogs first is essential to successful training, and that training should be fun for everyone involved.