Auburnmist Training

Drop-In Handling Class


Are you new to the conformation show ring? Are you trying to get a dog ready for the ring? Join us for our Drop-In Handling Classes on Monday nights. [...]

Puppy Obedience


Get your puppy started off on the right paw! Starting puppy training early helps to establish good behaviour and have a well behaved dog at a later age. [...]

Private and Semi-Private Lessons


Do you need some one-to-one help, or do you and some friends want a smaller class size individually tailored to your needs? We offer private training to help you and your dog get on the right paw. Whether it's household manners or behaviour issues, we can help you and your dog. [...]



agility is a great way to have fun with your canine companion. Whether you want to compete or just have fun, agility is an exciting way to continue developing your relationship with your dog. [...]

Dog Training Resources

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Choosing a dog trainer?

It's important to work with a trainer that you are comfortable with. If you are not comfortable with his/her methodology chances are you won't follow through with the training. Your dog deserves the best from you, make sure you get the right inforamtion to train yourself and your dog. Auburnmist welcomes people to come and watch the classes we offer before signing up. If you would like to come watch, please contact us at at 403-938-6733 or by email.

Why Training is a Necessity?

Training is important so that your dog will listen to you, know the rules and for you to know what those rules are! Dogs are not born knowing how to behave, it's up to us as owners to educat them. You will find that most training is about training the owner so the owner can train the dog inbetween classes.

What's the Best Age for Training?

Training begins the first day a puppy comes home at 8 weeks. The best age to start at puppy obedience class is after the second set of vaccinations (usually at 11 or 12 weeks). At this age puppies absorb the new information and you can develop and nuture good behaviours more readily.