• Learn to bond with your puppy from Day 1 at home

    • New pals after first "Field Trip"

    • Dogs benefit from puzzle toys too!

    • Send Your Dog on a Field Trip

    • Toys come in many forms

      Observe your puppy closely for safety

    • Dogs enjoy all kinds of play


Discover the benefits of modern training techniques taught will skill and kindness.

About Smart Paws

Since 2012, we’ve been using positive reinforcement training techniques to teach thousands of people how to bond with their dog. Our goal is to teach you the skills you need to build a happy, co-operative life together with your special pup.

If you are hoping to….

  • teach your puppy good behaviours right from day one
  • help your adult dog learn good manners and maybe even a cute trick
  • change some behaviour issues, etc.

You’ve come to the right place! Smart Paws can show you how.

Proudly taught by a Certified Professional Dog Trainer using science-based, modern training techniques!

Our Services

We can offer you a wide variety of services to help make life with your dog rewarding and enjoyable.

We can help you figure out what YOU and YOUR DOG needs to be happy. Maybe it’s training, maybe you are having problems with some specific behaviours, or maybe your dog just needs to get outside more.

Trust your fur kid with a professional in animal training and behaviour. We use kindness and clear communication to bring out the best in your dog.


Recent Blog Posts

Time for Treats
I enjoy getting paid for my work (although I enjoy it so much that sometimes I can't believe I get paid for it…especially during puppy class!). I have spent many hours reading, training, coaching, and learning to get where......

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Smart Summer Safety
Baby it's HOT outside! Now that summer has finally, and officially, come it's time help your fur-kid adjust to the heat. Fur coats aside, please think about how the heat can burn their paw pads and give them heat stroke.......

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Digging Dogs
Virtually all dogs enjoy digging – it’s a natural behaviour. But in this season of freshly planted gardens, many dogs ignore the memo strictly forbidding the digging up of expensive rose bushes or tomato plants. What......

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