Clinical animal behaviourist
An animal behaviourist has a minimum of an accredited University graduate degree focused on animal behaviour, neuroscience of behaviour, pharmacology, physiology, and the science of learning. Working with a behaviourist means that you are receiving behaviour services from a highly educated professional.
Monthly Training Classes
Group training in a fun, positive atmosphere. Puppy to adult classes available.
One on One Training Sessions
Enjoy training your dog without the restriction of class schedule, or work on advanced training for specialized activities.
We will work together to address behaviour concerns such as anxiety, fear/aggression, compulsive behaviours, etc. Available for dogs, cats, birds, Equine, and small/exotic animals!
What Clients Say
"We have taken two in person classes with Erica and the third one was online. She has so much knowledge about dog behaviours, that even watching us with our puppy online was an effective way to give ideas and feedback about training him."
"The classes are a blast"
"The distractions class is especially awesome. I walked in with a dog who couldn't sit still and whined like crazy when other dogs were around to a dog that can wait patiently in most situations. I highly recommend that class! The cooperative care class is also excellent."
“Erica is a great trainer that will spend the time to ensure your animal (and human) is well on their way to ensuring a healthy and positive life. She has done wonders with my dog through the training she has provided.”