ReadyDog Online Dog Training
What makes ReadyDog different?
Dog psychology and fundamentals
Lifelong skill building
Training for every age and breed
Jump in and follow along with any of our programs:
Strengthen your bond with your dog by taking a realistic approach to training.
The Fundamentals of Dog Training
Calm and in Control
Babies and Dogs Safety Workshop
Problem Behavior Framework
What is the ReadyDog training method?
Flexible membership options:
billed every month
billed every 6 months at $60
Not at all! ReadyDog is made to have value for any dog owner. Whether this is your first dog, you’re looking for a refresher, or new skills for your most recent fur-family addition, ReadyDog has a program that will help!
There is no minimum age to start training, but for puppies younger than eight weeks it’s best to stick to our puppy biting and intro class until they have a bit more of an attention span.
Puppies in general have a shorter attention span and learn best in short sessions, but it’s a fantastic idea to start training and building your relationship as early as you can!
We have our all-access on-demand library available via membership. The subscription cost is $12 CAD monthly, or you can save with a semi-annual or annual membership.
All of our trainers participate in annual professional development as well as constant research, seminars, online courses, reading and of course learning from the hundreds of dogs and people we work with on a regular basis. All trainers that join our team go through an intensive 3-6 month training process to ensure skillset, competence, knowledge and cultural fit.
Yes! The curriculum is specifically structured to ensure you’re following along step-by-step in a way that shows clear progress. We’ve also got fun things like badges and certificates for your dog to show off to their fur-iends and brag about their progress!
Not at this time! Training your dog takes time and commitment, and every dog is different, so some may take longer than others and offering a free trial won’t give some dogs enough time to achieve their goals. You and your dog need to spend time working together! You can also check out our free Puppy Checklist class here!