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Get answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about A-Z Canine Training in Vancouver. Discover our training methods, program options, experience, and more.

We provide a positive and motivational approach utilizing a “play and praise” reward system.  We don’t use any food bribery such as cookies and/or treats to encourage the dog with obedience, nor do we apply any form of aggression to discipline the dog.

The first session, which is the assessment, is presented online. All the information including the introductory obedience commands would be the same as being there in person. The reason for this is to make the environment most comfortable and less distracting so that the information can be understood more easily. Training sessions after the assessment are in person.

 This service is generally offered to clients who have enrolled in the training program. There may be some exceptions for clients not in the program.  An assessment would need to be done prior to the start of boarding and training.

Yes, A-Z Canine Training provides training for dogs of all breeds and ages. Whether you have a puppy or an adult dog, we can tailor the training program to meet their specific needs.

Tony Giotto, Master Dog Trainer, and Behaviourist has worked with many dogs since 2001. He studied with and worked for Master Trainer S. Prewitt of the Prewitt Canine Training Academy at the International College of Canine Behavioural Science.

Yes, we can provide references from our satisfied clients upon request. Their experiences will give you a better understanding of the quality of our training programs and customer satisfaction.

A-Z Canine Training offers a range of programs, including basic obedience training, behavior modification, specialized training (such as agility or therapy work), and more. We can customize the program to address your dog’s unique requirements.

Yes, the training methods used at A-Z Canine Training are based on scientifically proven positive reinforcement techniques. These methods have been shown to be effective and promote a healthy and positive learning experience for dogs.

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