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Special Training

There are many theories on the best method of training your pet. We at Happy Howler believe that the best training method is to bond and communicate with your pet and to listen to them because they are communicating with you. The best relationship with your pet can be accomplished through a sound training regimen. Here are some of the ways we can train your pet.

Types Of Training


When a dog tracks, they use their nose to follow a particular scent. Tracking comes naturally for dogs. In fact, your dog likely started tracking when they were a very young puppy—because their eyes haven’t yet opened and they needed to use their nose to locate their mother so that they could nurse. Our job at Happy Howler will be to refine their natural tracking instinct to follow a particular track or scent. Tracking is like a game to your dog, so have fun with it. Remember your dog has it in them to be an expert tracker – we just show them the way.

Scent Detection

Scent Detection is an exciting game that refines your dog’s searching skills based on detection training for explosives, narcotics, and bed bugs. Our Scent Detection classes are available to dogs of all sizes, ages, breeds & temperaments. Your dog will become an expert in scent detection whether it’s for a professional or volunteer basis. Your pet will become adept at finding that hidden stash.

Obedience Training

Usually refers to the training of a dog and the term is most commonly used in that context. Obedience training ranges from very basic training, such as teaching the dog to reliably respond to basic commands such as “sit,” “down,” “come,” and “stay,” to high level competition within clubs such as the American Kennel Club, United Kennel Club and the Canadian Kennel Club, where additional commands, accuracy, and performance are scored and judged. Obedience implies compliance with the direction or command given by the handler. For a dog to be considered obedient rather than simply trained in obedience, it must respond reliably each time their handler gives a command.

Training a dog in obedience can be an ongoing and lengthy process depending on the dog, the methods used, and the skill and understanding of both the trainer and the handler. The level of obedience the handler wishes to achieve with the dog is also a major factor in the time involved, as is the commitment to training by the handler.

Obedience training is often a prerequisite for other components of training.The actual training of the dog can be done by anyone: the trainer, the owner, or a friend. Typically the individual who is caring for and living with the dog participates and trains the dog, as they will be the one who will be giving the commands. The relationship and trust between the dog and the handler are important for success.

Basic or beginner’s obedience is typically a short course, ranging from six to ten weeks, where it is demonstrated to the handler how to communicate with and train the dog in a few simple commands. With most methods, the dog is trained one command at a time. At Happy Howler, we emphasize the importance of bonding with your pet. We train your pet from the puppy stage to onward; however, it’s always better to get them to a trainer as young as possible. And remember to research the trainer, and make sure the credentials are in order. Call Happy Howler today for a consultation and to view our credentials.




8304 Mundare Cresent
Niagara Falls L2G 7MS


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