Bloor West Dog Training

It's all about my quality time with BFFFs.  You know - socializing, playing and being a smarty pants...sans the pants.

Our dog training methods use the latest science based techniques. We use positive reinforcement, fun, and motivating games to teach your dog everything they need to know. It’s never too late to start your training journey but we always recommend starting early to prevent behavioural problems and to create appropriate ones. Register your dog today!

Training Schedule

FREE CLASSES

GROUP TRAINING CLASSES

Foundations Class: January 23rd at 7:30pm for 6 weeks ($249)

A 6 week program for pups less than 6 months old. Start your puppy off right with proper education, socialization and exposure. Learn all of your obedience skills with verbal and hand commands, loose leash walking, impulse control, focus, recall and more!

Puppy Kindergarten: January 23rd at 6:15pm for 6 weeks ($249)

Start your puppy off right with proper education, socialization and exposure. Learn all of your obedience skills with verbal and hand commands, loose leash walking, impulse control and more! For dogs under 6 months. No class on Family Day.

Agility Fun Class: February 7th at 7:15pm for 5 Weeks ($249)

You and your dog will love this class! Agility not only uses fun equipment but also builds confidence, communication, handling skills, impulse control and mental & physical stimulation! Maximum 6/class, spaces fill quickly*

ONE HOUR SPECIALTY CLASSES

Trick Training Class: TBD for 4 Weeks ($180)

Your dog will be the coolest pup on the block! In Trick Training they will learn cool tricks that you can show off to all your friends. Great for focus training, building communication and developing a better bond.

Behaviour training available.

dog sitting obedience

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Meet Our Trainer

Tenal Bourchier is a graduate of the University of Alberta where she completed a Bachelor of Science specialising in Animal Biology. It was here where she began her formal education in the discipline of canine behaviour modification.

Her passion for dogs is also reflected in her career ventures. Tenal has enthusiastically enjoyed working for dog walking companies, animal shelters and a dog daycare facility where she first began pursuing her interest in training.

She avidly pursues continuing her education and professional development by attending industry related seminars and keeping current on science-based literature. As an advocate for positive reinforcement training techniques, she is currently studying to achieving her Karen Pryor Dog Trainer Certification.