There are many reasons why you might want to learn how to improve dog behaviors and obedience. Whether you are a police officer or security personnel, a new dog trainer, a kennel owner or work with personal protection dogs, a professional dog training course provides you with the fundamentals on how to train a dog to efficiently respond to commands so that you can be an even more effective dog trainer.
Dog Trainer College is a world-class dog training school that offers a full range of services for aspiring dog trainers from across the U.S. When you enroll in the Behavior and Obedience Trainer Course, you will learn the most used and important training skills to help you reinforce positive behaviors, establish obedience with a dog, and create a trusting handler/dog relationship. With our cutting-edge techniques, you will be able to instill good behaviors in any dog, whether to help them become a loyal and well-trained pet or a reliable service animal.
In addition to learning a variety of training methods, you will also work a wide array of dogs – both adults and puppies – and experienced trainers to help guide you along the way. By the end of the six-week course, you will be able to confront many different problem behaviors and developmental issues you may see in a canine. Plus, you will learn about house training, socialization, first aid, nutrition and how a dog pack works.
The course goes a step beyond physical training by also helping you with the skills you need to run a business related to dogs. Some of the business integration lessons include kennel management, marketing, web design, social media, search engine optimization (SEO) and advertising.
With Dog Trainer College’s Behavior and Obedience Trainer Course, you get the whole package! With successful completion of the course, you will be a certified trainer equipped with all the skills necessary to continue your dog-related career.
To sign up for the program or to learn more about any of our training programs, call Dog Trainer College today at 812-650-2394.