Professional Dog Trainer and Canine Behaviour Specialist
Serving Kingston, Gananoque, Napanee, Belleville Ontario and surrounding areas
Free Training Evaluation!
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Like any good Canadian, Jane grew up playing street hockey and helping her father care for their pack of hunting dogs. From beagles to poodles, house dogs to hunting dogs she always had a passion to understand “WHY” a dog does what it does! Throughout the span of 22 years of military service she always knew her heart was with dogs. After many years of courses, books and volunteering at shelters she finally got her first dog a Brussels Griffon! Followed shortly after by a Shitz Tzu, who was her companion for 16 years. During those years she learned a lot about behaviour, which lead to a search for the right place to learn and grow her knowledge. From grooming courses to agility and dog psychology she has finally found her home at Canadian Canine Training Academy.
Jane’s mission is to teach dog owners to be the best handler they can, to bring knowledge and techniques that create sound relationships between dog and handler, in turn creating a well-rounded pet for years to come.
Jane will offer several ways to accomplish this depending on the dog and handlers needs from puppy kindergarten, small group classes and private in home lessons to more intensive boarding school options. Working together with Jane, you will find the right fit for your needs.
Call Jane Now! For a Free Training Evaluation
The purpose of the evaluation is for us to determine what the cause of your dog's behaviour is, so we can make recommendations on what needs to be done to help you meet your training goals. Because all dogs are not the same, their problems and causes for problems will vary, and so will the treatment, depending on the nature of the dog's behaviour. All dogs are evaluated prior to training to ensure you get the best results possible. This process is quite simple. First click on the Free Training Evaluation and submit the information required. The trainer will review the information to get a good idea of your case. The trainer will then contact you to make an appointment to meet with you and your dog. When the trainer has evaluated your dog's temperament, you will be provided with a signed copy of your evaluation, complete with comments and recommendations for training.