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Australian Cattle Dog Social Club of North Queensland

Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

American Kennel Club

Carolina ACD Rescue and Rebound

American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club


Choosing a Dog Trainer
Not All Dog Trainers Are the Same

When you start checking around for someone to help you train your dog, make sure they are qualified for the job. Ask questions like:

How many years of training has the trainer had?

How many dogs has the trainer qualified for AKC Canine Good Citizens Awards?

What kind of Volunteer Work does the trainer do with their dogs?

Does the Trainer have any Certified Therapy Dogs?

Has the trainer worked in AKC dog training classes? How many years? 

It is our opinion that it takes more than 1 training class from a pet store or an online class to make a person a Qualified Dog Trainer. Inexperienced training can cause unrepairable damage to your dog.

Only ask a Qualified Trainer to train your dog. Anyone can take your money. We want to help you train your dog the right way.


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