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Understanding your dog and knowing how to control him, develop his potentials, and resolve behavior problems, emotional conflicts and frustrations are no less essential than love and respect. 
Michael W. Fox 

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  • Jayme Inglis
    Jayme Inglis
    We decided to use a dog trainer because our dog is very fearful. James was fantastic! He helped so much by teaching us different ways we can help our dog cope with scary environments or situations. He also helped us with recall and letting our dog off leash. James is an excellent teacher, very knowledgeable and patient. I would recommend him to anyone who needs help dealing with behavioural issues or for off leash training! Thanks James
  • Amie Shek
    Amie Shek
    Being a first time pet owner, Monty our 6 month old puppy, beagle breed was such a handful especially when walking him. Before asking for professional help, we have watched hours and hours of online tutorials but there is nothing compares to having a real life trainer that explains and gives insights on your dogs behaviour. Monty just graduated from a 7 sessions course with James; he is able to walk the park unleashed and getting 100% recall. I highly recommend James for all training needs.

  • 1 st JAN 1970
    Golden Retriever
     Country of origin: Great BritainOriginating from the Scottish Highlands in the late 1800s, the Golden Retriever was mainly used for hunting. Bred as a gun dog it was often tasked with retrieving...

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    1 st JAN 1970
    Border Collie
    COUNTRY OF ORIGIN.  ENGLANDHISTORYConsidered by many as the quintessential sheepdog, this breed has a natural instinct for driving stock.  Border Collies keep their sheep in order by staring...

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    1 st JAN 1970
    What is "Bloat"?
    Bloat is the second leading cause of death in canines and is extremely stressful and painful. It occurs when something has gone wrong with the digestion of food resulting in rapid gas buildup inside t...

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