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Are you struggling with your dog's behaviour? Jumping, pulling on leash, charging out the door? Or do you have a puppy who is biting, are you struggling to crate train? Are you just looking to have a dog who will do what you ask, when you ask it?

Our programs can help!

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"Rules without relationship leads to rebellion"

- Josh McDowell-

Training your dog with a balanced, relationship driven approach is the best gift you can give him!

If you are looking for a quick,  magic wand to train your dog then this is not the place for you.

If, however, you are are ready to put in the time and work your dog deserves and you want to work with a trainer who only wants to see you and your dog succeed and will do what it takes to ensure that happens,  then continue reading.  

Located just outside Hamilton between Ancaster and Brantford

Hi everyone and welcome to For Pup Sake Dog Training.  My name is Patti and as a professional and experienced balanced dog trainer, I'd like you all to know why I want to offer my services to you.

I have had some amazing dogs, some crazy dogs and some dogs who, quite frankly, weren't the sharpest pup in the pack and I have loved them all. Almost 9 years ago I brought home a 9-week old Shepherd\Rotti cross whom we named Wick. At the same time, I was just beginning my formal training to become a Professional Dog Trainer. Wick would train along with me and would later become my demo dog. As she has matured she has grown into a smart, sweet, wonderful dog. But something else really cool happened. Something I hadn't anticipated.

She and I developed a very special relationship. We bonded, we communicate and there is mutual respect. As I said, I have always had great dogs but this is different.  Delving deeper into what Wick is capable of opened my eyes to the possibilities and I know there's so much more than she and I are capable of that I can't wait to explore. Since Wick joined me I have added other dogs to my pack and have trained with all of them.  I have a total of 5 large breed dogs living in my house and that is often met with surprise when I tell people but it's not hard. They're not my babies, they are canine members of our family. We co-exist, we work together, we play together, we go places together, we enjoy each other.  I mean, isn't that why we get dogs in the first place?

I want you to feel that way about your dog because it truly is magical.

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