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Meet the Trainer

Chantelle began her dog training career after she graduated from Animal Behaviour College and became a certified dog trainer. She takes pride in her continuous efforts to stay current in training methods, theory and education. As a certified elite member of Fear Free Pets, Chantelle’s goal is education driven by positive reinforcement and guided by following the least intrusive, minimally aversive approach (LIMA). She strongly believes that the best learning and development comes easier with a happy and healthy pup. It is Chantelle's goal to teach dogs and people how to fluently communicate and how to problem solve issues as well as transfer skills. 

Chantelle grew up surrounded by dogs and also spent her time working alongside horses. To begin her career she worked as a vet tech while moving around. After returning to her home town Working Wolf continued to grow and became her passion and focus. At home Chantelle keeps her hands busy with her big goofball of a German Shepherd named Elliot. 

The benefits of choosing to be a part of the Working Wolf team is that you are choosing to be a part of a continuously beneficial relationship and be part of a community filled with tips, tutorials, classes, exposure groups, play groups and more. Chantelle is excited to soon welcome you to a new facility in Kitchener, The Dog Rink. Currently under development but coming soon. The Dog Rink is a large facility which has its own bundle of opportunities hosting multiple dog vendors.

Chantelle Mazik Dog Trainer | Working Wolf Dog Training

Hierarchy Training

Follow the LIMA  (least intrusive, minimally aversive) approach and work your way down the humane hierarchy with training

Bringing clarity to our dogs through communication as a fundamental aspect of being a responsible pet owner. Dogs, like humans, thrive on clear, consistent, and kind communication. By understanding their body language, vocal cues, and behavior, we can bridge the communication gap. Training, patience, and love enable us to convey our expectations and create a safe, harmonious bond with our canine companions. Clear communication not only fosters obedience but also nurtures trust, happiness, and a deeper connection between humans and our loyal four-legged friends.

"Training a dog, to me, is on par with learning to dance with my wife or teaching my son to ski. These are fun things we do together."            ~ Ian Dunbar PhD BVetMed MRCVS

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Certified Canine First Aider & Educator

Health is at the top of the Humane Hierarchy for a reason. The way

not just our animals feel, but ourselves included, can dramatically sway the way we act and respond to the things around us. You can't train the pain away but you can educate yourself on prevention, management, how to take care of your sick or hurt pet and what to

do in emergency situations to save a dog's life.

When Chantelle left the veterinarian industry to make training her sole focus, she felt like she felt like she was missing something in her life. She loved to share her knowledge and education to all pet owners to help dogs live their best life and build confident and well informed owners. Chantelle's passion for sharing experience comes from the love and care she provides for her own dog who is a frequent vet goer, or as she would call "her little lemon". Through Canine Health Canada Chantelle hosts monthly canine health and emergency first aid for adults and health and first aid fundamentals for children.

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