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Welcome to Grey Bruce's Elite Dog Training Facility

We are pleased to help you with balanced conformation and obedience training focusing on intuitive behavioural analysis, positive communication, and encouraging-based training. Our instructors are courteous, knowledgeable, and supportive. We provide a safe environment for you and your dog to exceed.

Howlers provide dedicated Training packages for those who are more comfortable to receive the support of a professional trainer who can provide core training while allowing you to benefit from enjoying a well-trained dog (conditions apply).

Conformation classes are hosted by CKC and AKC best in show breeders and handlers providing the highest level of support, advice, and education.

Howlers offers limited daycare and training to provide further support to our users.

A noticeable difference...

  • Over 20-years of dog breeding, care, and training

  • Convenient modern safe facility located on 86 acres

  • 24/7 on site supervision

  • 24/7 camera surveillance

  • Automatic sprinkler system

  • Monitored temperature fluctuations 

  • Monitored Security System

  • All safe non-porous crates are frequently disinfected with pet safe products

  • All guests get frequent walks, playtime, exercise, cleaning and care

  • Each guest gets a comfortable Kuranda bed to sleep on, a safe kennel for over nights or crate for daycare stays, stainless steel bowls and freshwater containers

​What to expect...

  • Experienced professional trainers
    • Karen Pryor - Dog Trainer Foundations​
    • Karen Pryor - Puppy Start Right for instructors
    • CKC Canine Good Neighbor Evaluator
  • Certified animal and human first aid 
  • Climate controlled safe play areas
  • Safe friends to play with
  • Safe fenced potty areas / fun areas (mats or grassed)
  • Appropriate playtime and rest time

"A few wild dogs took it upon themselves to watch over man: to bark when he is in danger, to run and play with him when he's happy, to nuzzle him when he's lonely. That's why they call him man's best friend."

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Grey Bruce Kennel & Obedience Club

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