Unleashed Potential Dog Training

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Welcome to Unleashed Potential K9. Before we can get started on your dog training journey we would love to meet you!

Step one is to book a free 45 minute consult and assessment. Our head trainer will ask you a lot of questions to learn of your needs and goals, educate you on training methods and tools, give you feedback on your issues and discuss programs and prices to suit your needs.

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Stratford, PEI
Kensington, PEI
New Brunswick
Nova Scotia

Trainers & Locations

Sara Bryanton | UPK9 PEI

Sara is the Head Trainer & Coach at Unleashed Potential PEI.

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Isabelle Vienneau | UPK9 NB

Isabelle is the Head Trainer & Coach at Unleashed Potential NB.

Learn More About Isabelle Here

Unleashed Potential Experience

This training program combines Duke's online training courses - The Core Excellence & E-Collar Excellence - with virtual private & group training sessions for a complete package that will help you achieve your dog training goals!

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Success Stories

“If you are wondering if this training works or not, my husband recalled Grace away from chasing a fox at the edge of our property. We have a 1/4 mile snowshoe tracks made around the property.

She started after the fox, then recalled back to a heel and continued on. Hubby said he could see the fox sitting in the woods watching as they continued their walk; Grace watched him back but stayed in the heel.

This absolutely would not have happened prior to your program. Looking forward to group classes!”

 - Nancy M.

“We had our first group obedience class this weekend!

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous going into it. I hadn’t really trained Indie all week due to studying and patient care at school and there would be quite a few dogs present, so I wasn’t sure how it would go.

But as usual, she blew me away. Indie didn’t have one single reaction at group class – she was focused, calm and so dang good, even with other excitable dogs and other dogs working around her. We were able to participate in all of the drills with the other dogs, including weaving through them and their handlers and walking past them.

If you would have told me that we would be able to do this a couple of months ago, I would have laughed. If you have a reactive dog and are struggling – reach out to a trainer. It was the best decision that I made – they helped me with things I couldn’t see, taught me how to handle situations, and continuously supported us through the process. So do better for your dog, do better for you. It’s a hell of a lot of work, but I promise you it is so worth it to see your dog learn that life isn’t so scary and to give you the confidence to help them navigate the world.

 - Maddie D.
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