Street Safety Training

training and socializing in real world situations

Get outside and train your dog in the real world around everyday distractions!

Learn how to be the ultimate team with your K9 partner and create the most unique and amazing bond. No treats, or masking -- just you and your dog growing together.


This is not just basic obedience; this is lifestyle training and it will change both your lives!

New 2022 Class dates

  • April 4th (full)

  • May 30th (full)

  • July 25th

  • September 22nd


Summer classes run Monday and Thursday evenings from 6pm & 7:30pm

Fall classes run Thursday 6pm & 7:30pm, and Sundays 10am & 11:30am

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Street Safety Class Training Package


  • 2 hour introductory Private Training

  • 14 1.5 hour classes

  • 5 drop-in classes 
    (for continued training after grad)

  • Martingale Collar

  • 6 Foot Leash

  • 30 Foot Long Line

$1050 plus tax for one dog.

Additional dog, same house hold - 25% off

$850 plus tax for Level 1 graduates*

What You Learn:

  • Basic obedience (i.e. sit, stay, come, etc)

  • Overcoming common behavioral issues (i.e. excessive barking, jumping, separation anxiety, chewing, nipping, etc)

  • Eliminate pulling on the leash

  • Socialization with other dogs and proper greetings

  • Socialization with people, infants/children and teaching safe interaction with your dog

  • Safe street crossing, and safety in public places

  • Dog body language

  • Urban agility - fun way to exercise your dog's body AND mind

  • Building a bond based on mutual respect

  • Patience training

  • Confidence training in REAL world scenarios

  • Off-leash training

  • And so, so much more!


A bit more about K9 Unleashed...


  • For dog 6 months and older

  • All sizes, breeds & skill levels are welcome to join anytime

  • Classes are held twice weekly in various OUTDOOR locations in Kitchener-Waterloo

  • No treats, gimmicks or masking - just REAL LIFE RESULTS

  • Come when you can and when fits into your schedule! (we recommend coming as consistently as you can so you can get the most out of the training)