Science-Based Dog Training Center
Dogue Shop is a science-based animal training centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Dogue Shop training centre was founded in 1999 by Gaby Dufresne-Cyr. In 2010, Gaby acquired a brick-and-mortar school and opened the only English-speaking science-based dog training school, the Dogue Shop.
The following are Dogue Shop's services:
- Animal-Assisted Therapy program
- Animal Behaviour Apprenticeship program levels 1 to 3
- Dogue's Blog
- Dog Parkour outside classes
- Doga inside classes
- Private Dog Training sessions
- Puppy and Teen group classes outside classes (depending on weather)
- Seminars, conferences, and workshops
- YouTube channel
The Dogue Shop’s mission is to educate, through science-based learning theories, enrichment, behavioural management, and behaviour modification animals and the people who care for them. Our goals are to promote the human-animal bond and to establish secure attachments with animals. At the Dogue Shop, the saying goes, "We do things Dogue Style."
The Dogue Shop likes to set precedents in the industry; consequently, we update and adapt our services. We do this by constantly thinking outside the box. Our staff has been working on developing canine social-cognitive animal training (SCAT) for the last fifteen years, and we use it all the time. You can check out our YouTube channel to see how I (Gaby) train animals without using lures, ever!
The Dogue Academy is still part of the Dogue Shop family; however, we are growing and need more space. Therefore, the Dogue Academy pages you can no longer find here are now hosted on the new website. Take a minute to check it out and tell us what you think.
To visit the Dogue Academy, please follow the link.
Albear, now 12 years old, isn't feeling well; consequently, we ended the group classes in the park and halted seminars and conferences until further notice.
We will update his condition on the Dogue Academy's Instagram account.
Thank you for understanding.
BROHOLMER LITTER ANNOUNCEMENT
We are planning the first litter of Broholmers in Canada for this upcoming holiday season when Hariette goes into estrus. We don't know how many puppies we will result from the breeding since we are importing semen.
Broholmers are not for everyone. One of the significant downfalls of owning a Broholmer is the fur. The Danish Mastiff sheds a LOT. They drool, are substantial eaters, and break things when they get excited. Their tale is a weapon; they will bruise your legs and toes just by stepping on them.
Broholmers are hyper-social and need physical contact to thrive in your home. This is one of the many reasons I imported Broholmers; they are fantastic AAT partners.
There are only two Broholmers in Canada, and only one is breeding; consequently, prices will reflect the rarety and the training of an AAT Broholmer.
Dogue 's Linkedin
Brick & Mortar
We are often in and out on consults, animal-assisted therapy, teaching group classes, or training domestic or exotic animals. Please e-mail us at the following address (see below) for a faster response time.
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|Mailing Address||E-mail us:|
|5055 Bessborough||General inquiries|
|Montreal, Quebec||Gaby Dufresne-Cyr Canada|
|H4V 2S2, Canada||Randi Belfer Canada|
|Phone||Taighe Strang United Kingdom|