Hot Diggity Dogs is going into its 20th Year!  Now offering more classes then ever before, check out our calendar for new classes and times.

Puppy Drop In’s are back! Puppies from 8 weeks old with first set of shots a must. Proof of shot is necessary as is one week in new home. Socialize your pups early and learn what is appropriate play behaviour. Wednesday nights from 6-6:55 PM.  Puppy Drop In classes are excellent for play and the honing of survival skills, where they learn to how problem solve, gain coordination and dexterity, and most importantly, bite inhibition. We work on preventing and managing unwanted behaviours while teaching what you do want. Click on Register Now before coming, we only allow pre-registered pups.  Puppy Manners classes run every Saturday from 11-Noon, pups between 11 and 20 weeks welcome. These classes we show you how to prevent and manage unwanted behaviour like mouthing and jumping up and teach basics like sit and heel are also taught. New Basic level classes are posted on our calendar, check it out to find out when these classes start.

Ain’t Misbehavin’ Out and About classes for street safety and recalls. Check the calendar for more details on our classes. New classes begin in the spring of 2018

In home privates can be scheduled anytime.

Ever had a hard time buying the perfect gift for the person who has everything? Well, if they have a dog or puppy, we have gift certificates! Give the gift of Puppy Classes or Basic Obedience, maybe it’s in home training that they need or you want to buy one for yourself? We even Skype long distance for training consultations. Contact us today so we can help you out!

Our training is force free which means no shock collars, choke chains or pinch collars EVER!!!


Hot Diggity Dogs has been owned and operated since 1998 by Donna Hall. Donna is a charter member of The Pet Professional Guild, a force-free training association. Her popular classes have inspired a generation of pet owners and their dogs. Thanks to all her former Vancouver clients and their dogs – a big hug and Blossom sends licks!