Dog School

Free dog training, with mandatory education of dog owners, at Dog School is based on principles of positive motivation which are a result of many years of scientific studies.

How to apply?

By sending your application you are committing to attend classes regularly.

If you must, in exceptional cases, cancel your class, you are obliged to notify your instructor at least 24 hours in advance.

Owners attend training with their dogs once a week, and training lasts from 5 to 7 weeks, depending on the individual needs of every dog.

At the present time, Dogs Trust finances all costs of training so the training is free of charge for dog owners!

We receive a large number of applications which are processed chronologically, so we ask you to please be patient while you wait for us to contact you for your first session.

Our Dog School training series will teach you how to train your dog using principles of positive motivation!

Operating hours
TuesdayFriday | 12:00 – 20:00
Saturday | 9:00 – 17:00
Sunday and Monday closed

Should you need any further information, please contact our coaches directly via phone:
Mirza Jalovčić, Head Coach – 063 49 09 05
Ensar Međedović, Senior Coach – 063 49 09 06
Mufid Aruković, Coach – 063 77 64 88

The Dog School in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a member of the Dog School network, and is based on the same standard procedures, high standards and quality as all the schools run by Dogs Trust in Great Britain.

 U Dog School welcomes all dogs older than 2 (two) months that have been vaccinated against infectious diseases. During training, all dogs are taught basic commands.

Where is the Dogs School located?
The address of the Dog School is Semizovac bb, (right below the Energopetrol gas station), near A1 and Vogošća loop, closer to dog owners from the whole Sarajevo, East Sarajevo and Zenica region!

We understand that there can be unexpected circumstances preventing you from attending class, but we ask you to please let us know in advance so we can plan accordingly.
Missing classes decreases efficiency and training success. After two consecutive missed classes, you will be asked to reapply to Dog School.