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Fantastic Fidos Dog Training

Fantastic Fidos offers dog-training services using positive reinforcement and force-free training methods. Fantastic Fidos has two locations, our original founding location in the heart of beautiful North Vancouver, BC on the traditional and unceded territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations and Victoria, BC on the traditional and unceded territories of the Lekwungen People. It is our firm belief that dog guardians deserve a positive and uplifting environment to learn alongside their dog, which is why we passionately provide education, support, and empowerment for dog parents as they embark on your training journey.

Are you feeling overwhelmed, embarrassed, or frustrated with your dog's behaviour?

Don't worry, we completely understand - we've been there ourselves! We are here to help and support both you and your dog; whether the behaviour is big, small, or you just want a refresher. We have developed individualised and personalised services that can help with the following:

  • Lunging, barking, growling on leash

  • Pulling on leash

  • Jumping up

  • Nuisance chewing or barking

  • Recall

  • House training

  • Mouthing

  • And other specific behaviours that you may be concerned about

Dog in Nature

All dogs are fantastic,

and we are here to help you find them!


 Together we will rediscover what makes your dog special.  We will create a learning environment that promotes choice, cooperation and consent; ultimately nurturing a healthy relationship between you and your dog built on trust and mutual enrichment.

Our Promise

We promise to always:

  • Use fear-free training techniques 

  • Be ethical and humane

  • Be up-to-date with new evidence-based training standards

  • Be supportive and collaborative with you and your dog

  • Be neurodiversity-affirming and culturally responsive

  • Work within our scope of training and experience

We promise to never:

  • Use aversive equipment (including prong collars, shock/ e-collars, sprays of any kind, choke chains, etc.)

  • Use fear, intimidation, and coercion 

If you have previously used aversives we will not pass any judgement and will help you move towards a more positive approach to living with your dog.

Supportive Community

Fear Free



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