Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme

Foundation, Bronze, Silver and Gold Courses covering ….. suitable for your dog from Puppy age to adult

One to One Consultations

From just a single telephone consultation to a complete training programme, we offer bespoke training for you and your dog

For dogs who, for whatever reason, may have sensitivities around other dogs

P.A.L.S. Classes

Puppy Assisted Learning School

Our dog training classes with courses suitable for dogs of all ages.

Caroline Cowan

Meet Caroline Cowan

Caroline has always had a keen interest in dogs, having owned and fostered many dogs since her childhood….

Upcoming Workshops & Events

No upcoming workshops at the moment 🙁

Latest News

When Jo and Nando came to play!

Have a look at this video of when Jo and Nando came to play!

FitPAWS Master Trainers

Caroline and Latichia have recently become FitPAWS Master Trainers and will soon be offering some new services!

Caroline in the South Wales Echo

Caroline recently had an article published in the South Wales Echo about her and the classes on offer at Cardiff Canine Citizens. View the article

Dogs and Postmen

Dog owners are being urged to do more to cut the number of attacks on their delivery workers. More than one hundred postmen and women in Wales were attacked by dogs last year - managers say the problem gets worse in the summer as dogs are often allowed to roam in the...

Steer clear of unqualified trainers and dog psychologists

WARNING! Some unscrupulous people are marketing themselves as ‘Qualified Behaviourists/Trainers’ when they have no canine related academic qualifications and limited practical experience. Beware they may have no knowledge of learning theory and engaging their services...

“Caroline always provides owners with realistic and practical advice that will yield achievable results at home. She is friendly and approachable and owners can feel reassured that she will try her hardest to ensure that  their dogs behavioural needs are addressed in the kindest and most beneficial way.”

Amy Baxter

Veterinary Nurse, Companion Care Veterinary Surgery