Weekly Puppy Support Webinar

As a bonus for joining Primary School with The Toronto Centre for Canine Education, we are thrilled to offer you access to our Weekly Puppy Support Q&A. This is a live weekly meeting that allows you to ask your puppy-related questions and get answers!  

While we strive to answer all questions and address all topics in classes, we know that it simply isn't possible. We want to support you as best as we can and so we are providing this to you as part of your class fee.

Even better, if you can send your puppy related questions in to us in advance, we'd appreciate it even more! 


Please ask your question using the form below:

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Only current Primary School students are eligible to attend at this time - if you are not, please contact us to book a session or sign up for classes!
 

Students in our Primary School program (and recent grads) will be emailed directly with information on how to attend these weekly LIVE Q&A sessions. Please ensure that you add us to your "safe senders" list and watch for your invitation! 


 

By making use of this LIVE webinar opportunity as well as the information on this website, you agree to the following:

All information provided is provided with no express or implied warranties of any type, including implied warranties on any content. We make no representations and extend no warranties of any type as to the accuracy or completeness of any information or content provided.

We disclaim liability for incidental or consequential damages and assume no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage suffered by any person as a result of the use or misuse of any of the information or content on this website or within any webinar, live or recorded. 

This website is for informational purposes only. Consult a veterinarian, certified professional trainer, certified applied animal behaviourist, or veterinary behaviourist, as may be required in raising your puppy or training your dog. Your dog is your responsibility.