Good Hound Downtown

5201 Ladner Trunk Rd

Delta, BC V4K 1W4

604 940 0324

Good Hound Country

3697 40 St

Delta BC, V4K 3N2

604 946 8724

604-946-8724

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Play * Train * Love

Good Hound Dog Training is proud to offer you Ladner and Tsawwassen’s best dog daycare and training facility!

Play
Train
Love

Good Hound Dog Training is proud to offer you Ladner and Tsawwassen’s best dog daycare and training facility!

Who We Are

In 2014, married couple Andrew and Mallory Richards began fostering and rehabilitating dogs. Their mutual love and respect for dogs led them into wanting to do more in their efforts to help others help their own dogs. Andrew enrolled in the Animal Behavior College and soon after Good Hound Training was born. It wasn’t long until this wasn’t enough as they wanted to offer more and so Mallory became a Walks n Wags Pet First Aid instructor in 2016.

What We Do

Dog Training

Good Hound Training offers a variety of group classes and personalized private sessions and packages.

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Doggy Daycare

Goodhound is proudly offering you Ladner and Tsawwassen’s only store front dog daycare and training facility!

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Pet First Aid

Learn hands on with Mallory Richards about how you can treat pet injuries and most importantly how to prevent them!

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Pet Boarding

Good Hound Country is happy to board your dog or cat while you go out of town

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Now Offering 2 Locations

Have any questions or want to book? We would love to talk to you!

Good Hound Downtown
5201 Ladner Trunk Rd, Delta, BC V4K 1W4

Good Hound Downtown location offers 1400 square feet of dry, clean, air conditioned play space for your dogs to play right in the heart of Ladner. Dogs are matched according to size, age and playstyle.

Good Hound Country
3697 40 St, Delta BC, V4K 3N2

Good Hound Country is 7 min west of our current location at 3697 40th street.  It will be able to offer indoor and outdoor daycare, boarding and board and training. Grooming and retail coming soon.

Call us during regular business hours at 604-940-0324 or fill out the form and we will get back to you right away!

We’ve Been Recognized!

Our finalist video

We are beyond grateful for our nomination, our client references, and being selected as a finalist for the Delta Chamber of Commerce Rising Star Award. Their videographer, Tristan, did an amazing job on our video. Check it out!

Dog Friendly Delta

We were featured in experience delta where we did an interview about the city of Delta and the moves it is making to accommodate or four legged friends – Check it out! – Page 26 – 27

What Folks Are Saying

I have nothing but good things to say about this doggy daycare! Staff are amazing and friendly, my dog loves it there, prices are reasonable and the facility is great and very clean. I love that they instagram story the day so you know what your pup is up to all day. That is the best part dropping him off and knowing he isn’t ignored all day they are constantly playing with the dogs and taking them out on walks as well. I love it here and have and will continue to recommend it to everyone I know!

Kayla Campbell

I am so happy we decided to go with good hound doggy daycare! The application process was easy, they are super quick to answer emails and I feel very comfortable leaving my dog in their hands (which is very important). My favourite part is picking up my dog after a day of socializing and getting the run down of her behaviour and the news things she has learned. I appreciate how welcoming and friendly the staff is as well!

Breanne Beal

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Bringing Home a New Puppy

Bringing Home a New Puppy

Congratulations! You got a puppy! Now what do you do? Raising a happy and balanced puppy is not easy. They come into your home and will likely cry for the first few nights (or weeks!), they’ll pee inside, they’ll nip you, chew on your shoes and just in general get...

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Managing Dog Expectations

Managing Dog Expectations

There has been a rising trend of expecting the world of our dogs. We get a dog and expect them to like all people, all dogs and all situations. I believe this expectation comes from a good place- wanting to take our dog everywhere with us because we love them. Of...

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Positively Different

Positive Reinforcement Training is force free, pain free and intimidation free. This means no choke chains, prong collars, shock collars, yelling, hitting or any other forms of punishment. 

Andrew is a certified dog trainer through the Animal Behaviour College based in California and was mentored under the knowledgeable Shelagh Begg of Dizine Canine. Andrew is also certified in Pet First Aid through Walks n Wags and a proud member of CAPPDT (Canadian Association of Professional Pet Dog Trainers) and APDT (Association of Professional Dog Trainers). Andrew practices and believes in Positive Reinforcement Training.
Positive Reinforcement Training is science based, force free and makes use of treats, praise and the clicker to mark and reward behavior.  While Andrew trains dogs of all ages and stages of training, he specializes in behavior modification in reactive and fearful dogs.

*And by “differently”, we mean better!

“The dog lives for the day, the hour, even the moment. They teach us as much as we teach them”