COVID Protocols

The Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit issued an order in regards to the wearing of Face Coverings while in stores and businesses. The order is effective as of 12:01 a.m. on June 12, 2020 and requires all persons who own or operate a Commercial Establishment (i.e. retail business) within the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit region to:

  1. Prohibit anyone* from entering a Commercial Establishment, or remaining in the Establishment, if they are not wearing a Face Covering
    *Except for:
    • Children under the age of two years
    • Those where wearing a Face Covering would inhibit the Person’s ability to breathe in any way
    • Any other medical reason why the Person cannot safely wear a Face Covering
  2. Ensure the availability of alcohol-based hand rub at all entrances and exits for all to use
    To the residents of Wellington-Dufferin Guelph, please wear a Face Covering at all times to help limit the spread of COVID-19, unless you are exempt for any of the above reasons, while entering and inside of a Commercial Establishment.

Dog Training Classes

Obedience | Scent Detection
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dog obedience classes

Class Information

Working together with you

Our job is to teach you how to train your puppy/dog. That’s Right – you will train your dog. We show you in class how to work with your puppy/dog and how they learn. We want you to learn how your behaviour affects your puppy/dog. You will be introduced to the basics of Tellington Touch and will learn how to calm your puppy/dog and how to maintain his health. You will have lots of fun and your puppy/dog will make new friends , both human and canine. You will also learn how to read canine body language.

Socializing your puppy

One of the most important jobs in raising a puppy is to socialize them. That is, show them the world a little bit at a time so that when they are adults, they will love life and be very accepting of many things, including people as well as other dogs and animals.

General Information for Class

We support and use flat buckle collars, Head Halters, No pull Harnesses and 2 point contact leads.

Our classes are small, between 4-6 puppies/dogs per class.

Family participation is encouraged in the training.

Minimum age of 14 yrs old for a child to take a dog into class by themselves.

Everyone is welcome to come and watch our classes.

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