New RHS Dog Training Program Looking for Indoor Space!


The Regina Humane Society (RHS) has long anticipated the opportunity to deliver dog training classes as part of the services offered by the shelter.  A comprehensive training curriculum has been developed, however, the aged condition and lack of useable space in the existing shelter continues to be an obstacle in moving forward with this valuable resource.  Do you have a space that would be great for us?

Ideally, the space would be approximately 4,000 square feet of heated, indoor space, with a small storage area which is accessible year round.  Classes will be held on Thursday evenings from 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., and throughout the afternoon and evening on Saturdays from 1 p.m. – 9 p.m.  Although a singular location would be ideal, two different locations for each day of training would also be an option. 

As a non-profit charity, a donated or discounted space would allow the Society to conserve its funds for animal rescue and rehoming.

Training for dogs has been shown to be the number one indicator that a dog will stay in their forever home.  It is as preventative as a vaccination. Your donation of a space will help hundreds of dogs every year, by giving their owners the education they need to work with their dog throughout his lifetime. It is truly a gift too large to describe.

Media recognition, tax considerations, networking and more are available for any business or individual who has a great space available for the RHS. If you have an available space, we would love to hear from you.  (Email here)