Best facts about dog training schools

Sometimes we need a helping hand when it comes to choosing dog training schools. Most of the schools below accept all types of dog breeds young, old or disabled, but there is the odd one who specialise in specific breeds. To be accepted into a school your dog will more than likely need to be up-to-date with all vaccinations, worming and be flea treated.

These dog training schools offer some of the best programs that supports love and positive reinforcement, so I’m sure you won’t be disappointed. Whether your looking for support for you and your dog or becoming a trainer, you may strike lucky with residential programs. This can be a real bonus as you will meet lots of other like-minded people. If you are concerned which company is legitimate and what training methods should be used, then check out Identifying pet training techniques used today.

Dog training schools for you and your dog

Training with Shaun Ellis – sometimes called the Wolfman. He has had over 20 years of studying wolf dog behavior as a pack and individually. He can help you to solve any issues so that you can enjoy a wonderful relationship with your dog. If you want to become a dog trainer or need one-to-one guidance, he offers many programs to suit everyone.

Training with Canine Companions – Men and women can learn to have a good relationship with their dog without using any force. They have over thirty years of experience and offer an incredible lifetime guarantee. You can take their course on-line and work at your own pace.

American Kennel Club and Kennel Club UK – These dog training schools are designed to reward dogs who have good manners at home and in the community. They offer a two-part program that stresses responsible ownership. All dogs who pass the 10-step CGC test may receive a certificate from the American Kennel Club. In the UK, there are various schemes for dog owners and trainers.

Naturally Pets – They look at how pets have evolved, and to learn how they behave in their natural environments. They have helped owners and professionals overcome unwanted dog behaviors, this is overcome by using a variety of classical and operant training techniques, to show dogs how to behave appropriately in any given situation. They offer training events throughout the year, animal acting, and studying programs.

Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers – This is a great place to start looking for professional behavorists and dog training schools in the U.S.A. You can also gain certification using this company, this site is open to dog owners, veterinarians, shelters, rescue centers and much more.

Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training & Behavior (KPA) – Karen is a well-known dog professional who offers a fantastic dog training school, she offers a six month course which is combined with on-line and offline learning. Karen is dedicated to positive reinforcements training techniques by using innovative programs for you to be successful.

Peaceable Paws in Maryland – Based on positive reinforcement training Pat Miller offer several programs and services. You can embark on group classes to private training and there’s workshops, apprenticeships, seminars, academies and much more.

Academy for Dog Trainers Jean Donaldson’s – Offers a comprehensive science-based curriculum using force-free methods, students undertake a self-study program which can be completed within approximately three years.

Victoria Stilwell Positively Dog Training – Victoria’s mythology is based on positive reinforcement training. Her goal is to build like minded teams that share the same values across the world. On her website you can search for a VSPD trainer in or near your area or if you’re a qualified dog trainer that adheres to reward-based learning you can sign up to become a consultant.

For more information about becoming a dog trainer go to Should you become a dog trainer?

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Jennifer Pitts

Jennifer Pitts

I love pets and I love animals. I have 2 dogs and 3 cats and it's not enough for me.

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