Knowing the right questions to ask new clients often comes after many years of experience for many professional dog trainers. There are many situations that a new dog trainer may not be aware of or familiar with because they haven’t come across them yet.
We sit down with Brian Burton to discuss what it takes to have a successful facility in NYC. We also talk about his latest research.
Before you start your dog training business, learn about your community with our FREE mini-course, “Market Research for Modern Dog Trainers.”
This is a guest post by an up and coming positive gun dog trainer in California. In this post, he…
It’s not a secret that dog trainers spend a lot of time on social media. Why not optimize your time on Facebook to grow your business?
A lot of the time when you’re first starting out on your own as a dog trainer you might not have all the right forms or documents created until you discover you need them. In this article, I’m going to point out some important and necessary documents you should have ready before you start taking on new clients.
We’ve compiled the Best Dog Conferences for you to attend in 2017. Explore science topics, learn better training skills, concentrate on motivation or the human-animal bond. It’s all here. Let’s go!
If you’ve spent any time on social media you’ve probably seen a hashtag. Each platform has its own hashtag culture for increasing engagement.
Don’t let December consume you. And don’t miss out on creating a plan for the new year that will set you up for major success and happiness in the new year. Even if you read this after the new year, it’s not too late to set yourself up to have one of the best years of your life both personally and professionally.
Molly Sumridge, Ines McNeil, and Kat Camplin discuss what compassion fatigue is, why pet professionals get it, and how you can take care of yourself now to prevent it from getting worse. Molly Sumner CDBC, CPDT-KSA, CFE, is a professional dog trainer and behavior consultant as well as a certified compassion fatigue educator. Her passion for dog training doesn’t stop at clients and their dogs but also extends to her fellow colleagues.