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 Traumatised and Rescued Dogs

We Build Dog Parents' Capabilities


Experience life-changing results.  Our award-winning program is now available through a series of online courses, called Dog Parentology.  These enable dog parents to build the necessary capabilities to successfully heal, teach and develop a rescued or traumatised dogs to a cooperative and integrated family member. 

SUPPORT's experts provide support to students of Dog Parentology in several ways. Single course participants submit questions for a team response. Subscribed members (coming soon) enjoy being further supported through webinars, online group classes, and private expert sessions. Together we provide the necessary guidance and support to those enrolled in their Dog Parentology courses. 


Our success can be seen in the amazing client stories written by them to help connect with other dog parents seeking a new way to engage, support and develop a dog with a troubled past and persistent behaviour issues. We've support 100s of families across Canada realise their dreams of rescuing and healing a dog.


We change "last chances" to "lasting changes" with our highly effective program model, Behaviour Dog Parenting Training, that boasts a 98% success rate over six years.   We've recently expanded, launching Dog Parentology, a learning platform with expert insight to support to dog parents worldwide. Graduates of our program praise our powerful approach that empowers them to address persistent problematic dog behaviors that arise through trauma, poor socialisation, and mental illness. We alter the way you think, feel, and teach your dog, resulting in a trusting and healed dog. We partner with international veterinarians when psychological intervention become necessary. Our team of psychology-based behavior specialists provides knowledge and resources based on evidence-based methods.



- Gordon and Francis

"Finley is a very active and demanding German Shepherd puppy.  He came to us at 5 months old without any background information although we do know he was neglected and undernourished.  Working with ( has given us a good insight into why Finley acts the way he does and what we can do to help him overcome his issues - we are making progress.  Thanks!" 

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