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Havelberg Kennels has been offering top quality dog boarding and behavioural consultation services in Canada and abroad!
I cannot say enough positive things about them. For the last 20 years they have taken care of my dogs. Never have they been sad to go, perhaps sad to leave.
It was evident that they are very knowledgeable about dogs, their care, needs and behaviour. Our furry boy was taken excellent care of.
Best kennel ever!!! Dogs were happy, well-adjusted, couldn't ask for more. Thanks guys!
Feel comforted knowing your dog is being well cared for while you're away! Clean, comfortable and spacious 4' x 18' indoor/outdoor runs. The building is temperature controlled, kept warm in the winter and cool in the summer. All breeds, sizes and temperaments welcome!
We help mold ideal canine companions by encouraging desired traits through positive reinforecement, repetition and consistency. The key, however, is establishing a common language with which to communicate and develop a mutual understanding and respect.
Havelberg Kennels was established in 1968 by Wolfram H. Klose, a former German Police Officer. He achieved the Dog World Award of Canine Distinction in 1970, becoming a Canadian record holder by completing all the obedience degrees in just over four months, with his German Shepherd Dog, Axel vom Havelberg, UD. Many of the dogs he has trained have appeared in television and movie productions.
Today, Havelberg Kennels continues to offer its professional training services, patiently teaching dogs and their owners how to live and work together. The long tradition of boarding dogs at the kennel for the duration of their training, has proven to be both highly successful and convenient for pet owners.
Nicknamed "Wolf" by his friends and family, the 68-year-older owner of Havelberg Dog Academy has trained dogs for Hollywood movies and CBC television productions and has won his share of dog training awards."
But it wasn't until he came to Canada that Klose discovered he had a gift for training dog. "Some people are just born to be trainers... you have to have a certain touch for it. In fact, you have to be able to think like a dog."