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Got any dog training questions?

Small Dog Play Sessions Near Me

Lilos Club 🐶💛

"We help small dogs unleash their big pawtential."

Call/Text (647) 995 3647

Lilo, the pooch that started it all.

Welcome to Lilo's small dog club!

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Lilo is the pooch that started it all! As a small, shy and timid dog, she inspired us to create an environment where small dogs could flourish and safely play, socialize and reach their dog training potential.

Through our Lil'o's Club 💛 program, we provide different types of support for small dogs, to help meet their daily training, enrichment and socialization needs.

Our services range from group outings and indoor play sessions, to private and drop-off training, play time and socialization options tailored to suit every small dog's needs.

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Our Services 🐶

Browse our services and book as you need. If you're not sure which service is right for you, please feel free to contact us.

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1 On 1 Private Dog Training

Through session at your home and/or drop-offs, we can work on any issues and dog training concerns you have. The goal of private training is to help you understand the different reasons for your dog's different behaviours, why they feel the need to do them and how to guide them towards making better choices in pain-free ways.

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Group Hikes/Walks

This will be a fun group walk session dedicated to all of our dogs under 20 lbs (Rabies required) and their pet parents. During the walk, dogs will get to play, socialize at whatever distance they're comfortable with, sniff new smells, discover new sights, and enjoy simply being outdoors with you and us!

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Indoor Group Play

There's really nothing better than a dog who's able to make amazing choices in fun and social environments. Let's get together and help our dogs not only socialize and play with one another, but also practice working through their distractions, engaging with you, and above all feeling good about being close to other littles and their pet parents. And no need to worry, as there will always be a trainer  present to guide all pet parents attending.

Meet some of our club members!

Our club members get access to unique services, rental products, exclusive events and more! Create your account to get started. 



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Order a little dog bell for this exercise. Place the bell in front of your dog and feed them a treat if they sniff the bell. Next, feed them a treat if they touch it, and hen another treat if they touch the bell and it makes a sound. From this point on, wait for your dog to paw the bell! Put it away when not in use. Bonus points if you set this all up while your dog isn't looking.


Got a snuffle mat handy? Is your dog a pro snuffler? Take things to the next level by using a dog calming mask the next time you'd like for your dog to snuffle! This way your dog will get to use their talented nose, more than ever. (Make sure to properly socialize them to it first, very slowly.)


Has your dog figured out his food puzzle by now? Wrap their food puzzle in a large or thick blanket (thoroughly), sprinkle a few treats here and there within the wrapped blanket and let them figure out how to get to the puzzle inside! Helping them will help increase your bond with your dog.

Looking for fun enrichment ideas for your dog?

Here’s a little secret most dog trainers don’t know:

The majority of common dog training issues can be prevented and more manageable thanks to mental enrichment. Brain exercises are not only great for bonding with your dog, but also highly recommended to help improve your dog's thinking and decision-making skills.

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