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Lunch & Learn with
Naughty Boyz

Lunch & Learn Event

Naughty Boyz Dog Training is pleased to announce our interactive Lunch and Learn events, where you can learn some new skills, have your dog training questions answered, and enjoy a fun, action packed break in the middle of your workday!


Our team will work with your event coordinator ahead of time to custom tailor your session to your exact needs and specifications for a truly unique experience that your staff won't forget!


We offer all attendees a special discount on our services if they wish to book our dog training services in Edmonton and the surrounding areas down the road, but for anyone who is already a dog parent, or thinking of becoming one, there is a ton of valuable information to help take their training to the next level, increase the happiness of their canine pals, and their knowledge of this amazing species! 


Our rates are $200 per session, and if you have any questions or would like to register, please contact Darcie at to find a date that works for your group!


"Highly recommend! Took my 12 week old puppy for the puppy basics and socialization class with Govind. He is super knowledgeable and makes class a lot of fun. Me and my pup learned so much, will definitely be enrolling for some other classes in the future!"


"I had an absolutely amazing experience at Naughty Boyz. From the consultation to the actual training sessions, the trainers were super friendly and knowledgeable. I'd been struggling with reactivity on walks for months and after just one session I saw an incredible improvement in my dogs behaviour, and my own abilities to work with him. I will definitely be returning in the future for some of their group classes!"


Rebecca Schonnop

"We have nothing but wonderful things to say about the trainers who are super knowledgeable, take so much time to focus on your pups and families needs, and always follow-up with helpful email tips and training suggestions to practice at home. We will continue to go back for all our training needs."

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