Whether you are planning to get a puppy, or have already welcomed one into your home, set your puppy up for a lifetime of success starting today! It's very important to socialize your puppy with other dogs, environments, people, places and things. Bringing a new puppy home is full of excitement and responsibility. Puppy training affords your puppy a life that is comfortable, safe, and most importantly, happy.

Outside the Crate knows that the biggest issues that puppy owners face is having structured learning plans, and proper instruction to apply those puppy training skills. Asadvocates for early puppy training, we educate and support all our puppy

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Are you Serious?

If your answer is YES, you've come to the right place!

Early puppy training is serious business.

Puppies learn more in their first 16 weeks of life than they will learn in their entire lifetime. I'll work with you and your family to set you and your puppy up for a lifetime of success and fun!

Training is a team sport. And I'll be your biggest cheerleader throughout the entire process, and beyond!

Outside the Crate Specializes in

Early Puppy

Behaviour Management



In-Home Training

for Dogs of all Ages!


"I cannot say enough great things about Jayne and her training! She gives excellent instructions and is highly dedicated to her craft. She has the knowledge and skills to help dogs with any issues. My pup Sabre was a bit of a special case, but thankfully Jayne refused to give up on him and now we are having great success with his training! Thank you Jayne!"

Carrie & Sabre - Saint John, NB


"A great judgement-free environment to learn with your pet! Jayne is incredibly hands on and has a great way of sharing information in an easily digestible way. Classes are a great balance of structured learning and fun for both the pups and the humans!

I learned a lot of great foundational lessons from the classes. The notes were fantastic! A resource I will keep going back to in the coming weeks and months."

Jessica & Spud - Rothesay, NB

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We've all heard the statistics and debunked myths of "dangerous breeds,"

but do you know which dogs are actually the most dangerous?


An untrained dog has no rules or guidelines. Therefore, they also have no understanding of "right" and "wrong." A dog without proper training is the most capable of causing accidental, or purposeful harm to a human being or another animal, because they are usually lacking in impulse control. These impulses can lead to fights with other dogs, aggression towards humans, or attacks on other household animals. Though these behavioural issues can be tough to manage, it is never too early or too late to start training. https://worldofangus.com/blogs/health-training/92308481-the-five-most-dangerous-types-of-dogs-in-the-world