Canine Conduct Training Solutions

dog on phonePhone Consultations

Have a training question?  Give Jane a call at 250-898-3173.

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clickerClicker Training

Learn the principals of operant conditioning. Plus learn to recognize the behaviours your dog is offering and how to 'shape' these behaviours to obtain a final result.
Wonderful for teaching your dog self control, loose leash walking, attention and every parlour trick you can think of. Clicker Training runs for 3-weeks and includes clicker, handouts and is open to all ages and breeds. By appointment. Cost for the 3-week class is (CA $80).

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dog babyPrivate Training Sessions

Canine Conduct offers private training sessions tailored to your schedule and training needs. Everything covered in the classes listed on this site is offered.
Recommended for easily distracted, fearful or reactive dogs. Private training is held in your home or location of your choice ($75) or at the Training Grounds in Black Creek ($65).

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graduate dog2Well Mannered Dog ~ Black Creek ~ Sundays

Canine Conduct Training Grounds at 7778 Sturgess Rd.

Sessions begin again May 8, 2016 - Sundays - at 1pm

See calendar for details.

1:00PM (PDT)

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graduate dog2Well Mannered Dog ~ Merville Hall ~ Wednesdays

Wednesdays, March 2 to April 6, 2016

6:00 PM (PDT)

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Well Mannered Dog ~ Willow Point ~ Tuesdays 

NEXT CLASS SESSION BEGINNING September 27 until November 1, 2016 at 6:30pm

6:30 PM (PST)

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 pit-bullGrowl Class

For dogs that are reactive and/or aggressive when faced with a stimulus such as other dogs, people, cats, cars, birds, etc.
Learn how to teach your dog self-control and to check in with you automatically when faced with these distractions.
Gain confidence in yourself and your dog.

Sessions March 17, 2016 - Thursdays - at 6:00pm at the Training Grounds.


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rottweiler smallSkills for the Reactive Dog Presentation

Living with a reactive dog can be difficult.  In this presentation Jane will explain how to help your dog learn to turn away from triggers such as other dogs, bikes, cars, etc.  Having a dog that lunges and barks and completely "tunes out" the human end of the leash can be embarrassing, frustrating, and sometimes scary.  Over the years, Jane has noticed that more often than not, it is how the leash is handled that triggers the dog into the unfavourable reaction. During the slide show presentation, you will learn how to connect with your dog.  Learn leash skills that will communicate with rather than control your dog. 

This presentation is for the human end of the leash only, but do bring your dog's will be learning the mechanics of leash skills on each other rather than learning on your dog.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Training Grounds






labradorPuppy Kindergarten Classes

Sessions begin again March 20, 2016. Puppy Classes are held outdoors in Black Creek. Classes run every Sunday from 2:30 to 3:30pm. Sign up for a session and reserve a spot or call 250-898-3173 for drop-in availability.


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agilityAgility for Fun

Absolute teamwork between handler and dog. This is a great opportunity to introduce your dog to agility or show your experienced dog a different venue.
Agility courses run for 6 weeks and classes are held outdoors subject to the weather.  Drop in is available on most weeks ($15 ea), call or email to reserve a spot.  Signing up for a session guarantees you a spot. 

Sessions begin again April 18, 2016 - Mondays, 6pm - at the Canine Conduct Training Grounds.


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Dog Park PicDog Speak Presentation

Jane Neve of Canine Conduct Training Solutions is presenting "What is My Dog Saying - at the Dog Park & On the Trails?"  This 2 hours presentation teaches participants how to recognize appropriate dog play; to assist pet owners in the community to better understand how dogs communicate;  how to tell good play from risky interactions.   Space is limited.  This presentation is for the human end of the leash only, no dogs please.
Attendance to this Presentation is a prerequisite for membership to the Black Creek Dog Park.  This ensures all Park users are educated in Park etiquette and safety and all dogs coming to the Park are current in their immunization and parasite control schedule. Dog Park drop-in is a suggested donation of $5 each to a maximum of $20/month. Park hours are Dawn to Dusk.
Next Presentations are Tuesday, April 19, 2016 and again on May 31, 2016.  From 7pm to 9pm with tour of the Dog Park to follow.

Cost for the Presentation is $20 per person or $30 per couple (bring a friend!)

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Canine Conduct Loose Leash 1Bits & Pats

Ongoing from Mid-April to Fall 2016
A bit of training to keep your dog fresh and responding well to your cues. A pat on your back for continuing the training.

First and Third Tuesday mornings at 10am ~ Reliable Recalls ~ come out to teach your dog to come when called with other dogs and people (and sometimes rabbits, deer and horses too).

Second and Fourth Tuesday mornings at 10am ~ Loose Leash Walking ~ Learn how to use the leash to communicate rather than control.

Tuesdays at 11:15am ~ Canine Good Neighbour ~ Learn how to train your dog to be successful for the certificate testing.

$35 for the 1 hour lesson. 

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