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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….

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Latest News

Dangerous Dogs Act

Caroline was recently featured in an interview with ITV news, which looked at the current Dangerous Dogs Act and the calls for new legislation. View this video on...

Kennel Club Celebrates 20 Years in Cardiff

Caroline was recently interviewed by Cathy Owen of South Wales Echo, celebrating 20 years of the Kennel Club in Cardiff. View the article in the South Wales Echo. Cardiff Canine provides a wide variety of the Kennel Club Courses in Cardiff and Barry. Find out more...

Greeting a dog – how NOT to do it

Picture the scene. You’re walking down the street, minding your own business, when suddenly a complete stranger marches up to you and sticks their hand right in your face. Now imagine that person was at least five times taller than you? How would you feel? Shocked?...

Desensitise your dog to fireworks now

New Year's Eve celebrations will be here before you know it. If you have a new rescue dog, puppy or if your dog is nervous of loud noises, now is the time to do what you can to make sure the fireworks cause your dog as little stress as possible. A fear of fireworks is...

Wales’ dog whisperer

Many families have a much-loved pet dog, but for Caroline Cowan, her puppy love helped to change her life by offering her a new career. View this article in the South Wales...

“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