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Training and Seminars


What does pet insurance cover?

Our pet insurance plans are designed to cover a wide range of situations to keep your furry friend healthy and happy. This includes accidents, illnesses, surgeries, diagnostic tests, hospitalization, prescription medications, and even preventive care like vaccinations and annual check-ups. We're here to provide comprehensive coverage for your pet's well-being.

Are there breed or age restrictions for coverage?

No, we believe that every pet deserves access to quality healthcare. That's why we have no breed or age restrictions on our coverage. Whether your pet is a playful puppy or a wise old companion, our insurance plans are open to all breeds and ages. We're here to protect pets of all kinds.

How do I file a claim, and what's the process like?

Filing a claim with us is straightforward and hassle-free. When your pet receives treatment, simply collect the necessary invoices and medical records. You can then submit your claim online through our user-friendly portal. Our dedicated claims team will review your submission promptly. We strive to process claims quickly so you can get reimbursed for eligible expenses. We're here to guide you through the process and make it as simple as possible, ensuring your pet gets the care they need.


Medical Alert Training Seminars for service dogs, service dogs in training, and trainers.

Train your dog to alert to symptoms of diabetes, migraines, epilepsy, or food allergies before they become a medical emergency.

Saturday, October 26, November 23.

From 2:15 pm to 5:15 pm

Please call 587 317 – 5404 to register. Classes dates subject to change.

Instructor: Carla Simon, BSc, MD, MBA, owner of Hunter’s Heart Scent Detection K9s.

All levels and ages are welcome! We will tailor the training to your experience level. Your dog does not need to be a service dog yet.

Certified teams are welcome. Brand new teams can try the first steps of introducing scent. No previous
experience is required, and puppies usually have fun.

Sometimes it can feel overwhelming to start training medical alerts. Carla will show you exactly what to do, using rewards-based scent detection protocols that have already worked for thousands of students.


To get started we will provide a palm-sized piece of rubber placemat to begin training the scent detection behaviour.

Once proficient, you will pair that object with your saliva sample. Ask for details on how to collect the samples

Experienced teams test your skills with double-blind tests on the daisy wheel. Get answers to your questions in a supportive environment. Learn how to handle when you feel uncertain. Carla will suggest the next steps for training your medical alert dog.

Dogs must always be on leash and under control, as expected for service dogs. No dog-dog interaction is ever allowed. Do not allow your dog to sniff or greet other dogs. Only one dog will work at a time.

Your dog can wait for their turn by lying quietly at your feet. Please bring a crate or bed. (Sorry, barking dogs cannot wait in the seminar room, since they make it difficult for other teams to learn. If your dog is barking and disturbing the other students, you can bring a helper to wait with your dog in
your vehicle between turns. Talk to us if you have any concerns. Other options include crating in an adjacent room.)

Investment: $300.00 + GST working spot. Please reserve early, maximum six working teams or $150.00 + GST auditor (no dog).

Call 587 317 – 5404 to register.

Sorry, we cannot offer refunds, but you can find another dog to take your spot.

Minimum enrollment – two working students.

If we must cancel for lack of interest, you will receive a 100% refund.

Questions? Email:

Service Dog Foundations ALL Levels

Beginner to advanced teams are welcome. Dr. Carla Simon will adjust to you and your dog’s level of proficiency and goals.

Next class: to be announced

Classes run weekly from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Improve your service dog candidate’s obedience skills, with an emphasis on settling down and relaxing at your feet to prepare for public access and introducing mitigating tasks. This class assumes your dog already understands
basic obedience skills like sit, down, recall and loose leash walking.

Note: Students may use training aids like harnesses, and head halters. Pinch collars and e-collars are not permitted at the facility.

Equipment: please bring high value rewards, and a comfortable dog bed or low platform (like a bath matt or Klimb table) for your dog to go to and relax.

Investment: $250.00 + GST (for six weekly 1-hour classes) Minimum enrolment – 2 students. No refunds unless enrolment minimums are not met.

Questions? Email:

Mixed Scent Class: Pick Scent Detection, Urban Tracking or Mantrailing

Does your dog love to sniff? Want to train your dog to find your lost phone? Want to see what mantrailing is all about? Wonder if your dog would be good at Search and Rescue or nosework competition for pet dogs? Train your dog for
nosework, CKC/AKC tracking tests, mantrailing, lost item recovery or human scent discrimination for fun, competition, or deployments. This hybrid class includes access to online resources and troubleshooting is included!

The progressions for scent detection, urban tracking and mantrailing are separate.

Students will learn from watching other dogs working with scent. All levels will have fun in this rewards-based scent
training class. Advanced teams, come out and practice blind searches or tracks, to test your skills and learn to read your dog better. Let’s get sniffing!

Questions? Email:

Classes are held on Saturdays from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.

Join us at The Beast Boutique. 6115 4 St SE, Unit 4

Please call 587 317 – 5404 to register. Classes dates subject to change.

Investment: $250.00 + GST for 6 weekly one-hour classes.

Minimum enrolment – 2 students. No refunds unless enrolment minimums are not met.

Canine Good Neighbour Test Preparation Intensive

Saturday, June 8 and Jun 15

9:45 am - 12:45 pm  

Do you want a well-mannered dog that’s a pleasure to travel with? Are you interested in PALS or assistance dogs? This course will improve your obedience skills and help you eventually take the CGN test (a standard prerequisite for more advanced training like therapy dogs). We’ll show you how to fade food rewards, leashes, and harnesses, without sacrificing motivation. You’ll get answers to your questions and troubleshoot challenges. You’ll build confidence around distractions and become a stronger team.    

Investment: $250.00 + GST

Please call 587 317 - 5404 to register.

Minimum class enrollment - 2 teams.


Monday to Saturday: 6am-6pm

6115 4 St SE Unit 4, Calgary, AB T2H 2H9, Canada