We can’t train Cuteness

We all know that Puppies are cute, but just being cute does not also mean well behaved.

Our Puppy Schools are designed to provide you with fun and stimulating training that will help you develop a strong bond with your puppy and control and shape their behaviour to leave you with the dog of your dreams.

For more information about the availability of our Puppy Schools and details on how to book, please head over to our Puppy School page. We run Live classes throughout the year and also Online Classes available.

For slightly older dogs we also have Junior Classes available that will progress your training skills further helping you to have a well behaved and balanced dog.

Join in the Fun

With all of our classes, Puppy, Junior, Scent Work, Hoopers or Agility, the emphasis is on learning whilst having fun with your dog. We want you to be able to come away from each session with a positive (or should that be Pawsitive) feeling of achievement and a happy dog.

During our last Junior and Puppy School we were fortunate to have Aaron Clark come along to one of the training sessions with his Camera to capture some of the fun.

Fun, Fast and Reliable Recalls.

A good solid recall is one of the fundamental behaviours that your dog should learn. The recall is an invaluable tool for keeping your dog and others safe. How to train recalls is one of the most common topics that I get asked for advise about when dog owners contact me.

In response to all the requests that I get on this subject I will be holding a special two hour long Live class at the end of April to teach how I achieve Reliable recalls. The class will be held at Inverurie, Aberdeenshire.


Registration for our Latest Live Classes

We are currently taking bookings for the following Live classes









Puppy and Junior School Graduates

For those Puppies and Dogs which graduate from our Puppy School – Live and Junior School – Live training School, if their owner provides us with a photograph we provide a Graduation Certificate as a reminder of their achievement. A small selection of our graduates can be seen here

Registration for our March 2023 Puppy and Junior School – Live

Registration is now open for our next Puppy School – Live and Junior School – Live. These Live Classes will be starting on Sunday the 5th of February.

Learn how to teach your new Puppy or Junior Dog using modern, kind and motivational methods. The skills you will learn in either of these classes will be beneficial to the partnership you have with your dog throughout its lifetime.

Both are 7-week courses where you and your dog will work in a secure environment with Agnès. You will also have online access to all the course material, complete with supporting videos, that work through all the exercises you will be introduced to in the Live classes.

Head on over to out Canine Pawsibilities Training Hub for more details on each of the courses and to register online for these classes.

The full dates and times for these two classes will be:

Puppy School – Live

Sunday 5th, 19th and 26th March @ 13.00 – Indoor Venue near to Inverurie
Sunday 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd April 2023 @ 12.00 -Outdoor Venue, Inverurie

Junior School – Live

Sunday 5th, 19th and 26th March @ 14.00 – Indoor Venue near to Inverurie
Sunday 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd April 2023 @ 13.00 -Outdoor Venue, Inverurie



Louie gets placed in his first ever Worldwide Trick competition

A big congratulations to Stacey & Louie for achieving a 5th place in the first ever attempt at a novice level competition organised by the Dog Talent Association!
A graduate of the Canine Pawsibilities Puppy School – Live,  Junior School – Live, Scent Class – Live and the Online Tricks For Treats – Beginner’s School We just love seeing you progressing. This is such a proud trainer moment too, we love to be part of your progression on this journey!

Puppy Exercise Guidelines

As puppies grow and develop, we want to ensure that we stimulate their minds and bodies at the appropriate times, and in the appropriate amounts, to ensure optimal development and adult performance. We also want to minimise the risk of injury and the development of degenerative orthopaedic conditions in the growing or adult dog.

Being both a dog trainer and a canine physiotherapist I always keep an eye of how puppies and young dogs move so I can highlight and correct potential weaknesses at an early age. I also balance my training programs to minimise the risk of injury of the puppy and optimise their physical development.

Thank you onlinepethealth for this great poster, I am so glad to be part of the vetrehabber community!