2021 Summer Schedule

May 31, 2021 – We are entering late spring/early summer. This means more sunshine… and much warmer temperatures. Because dogs “sweat” mostly through their feet, when daytime temperatures reach 24ºC or higher, they are put at risk of heat exhaustion, sunburn, heat stroke, and general heat sickness – all of which can be deadly to your dog. Therefore, effective immediately, all scheduled outdoor lessons will either be rescheduled or postponed when temperatures are 24ºC or higher. Thanks, have a great day, and remember to stay calm and lead on.

Introducing: Sally

Meet Sally, an ALPL dog currently being fostered in Calgary. Sally is a Corgi-Shepherd mix, aged somewhere between 1 year and 15 months. Sally has some issues, and ALPL has called on me to help her get sorted out. Read More

Dexter’s Journey

This is Dexter. He is just over a year old… and he is morbidly obese. He can’t work for more than about 10 to 15 minutes at a time before he needs to rest, and he gets winded very quickly. When he can handle being on his feet, he is in visible discomfort. Dexter’s life is, quite literally, on the line. Beginning April 10 and extending through to the end of August, I will be working with him and his owners to save his life. Stay tuned. This is going to be an incredible journey…