3 Key Elements for Happiness in Your Dog Training Career

3 Key Elements for Happiness in Your Dog Training Career

The science is clear. If you want to live a fulfilling life, it sure helps to love what you do for work.  Working for a paycheck won’t cut it these days. Because most people’s personal and professional lives blend together, it’s important that your professional work...
What Is Imposter Syndrome?

What Is Imposter Syndrome?

Have you ever felt in awe of other dog trainers and worry that your own accomplishments just aren’t at the same level? If you know you do good work, but constantly feel like you’re skating along on sheer luck, it’s possible you are struggling with something many top...
Is There a Degree for Dog Training?

Is There a Degree for Dog Training?

Are you pondering how to turn your fascination with dogs and your drive to help people and their pets into a profession? You already know that some animal careers like veterinary medicine take years of higher education, but what about others, like dog training?  Great...
How to Start a Career Working With Dogs

How to Start a Career Working With Dogs

Do you love dogs? Would you like to turn your love for dogs into a fulfilling career? Are you already a pet professional who wants to expand your knowledge and skills? There are many career opportunities for people who want to work directly with dogs. You’ll find...
Is Dog Training a Good Career for Me?

Is Dog Training a Good Career for Me?

Should you consider a career in dog training? If you have a strong connection with animals, have a curious spirit and enjoy helping both dogs and people, the short answer is…YES! Absolutely! Dog training is a great career on its own. It can also be a fantastic...
Cue or Command: Why Does Dog Training Terminology Matter?

Cue or Command: Why Does Dog Training Terminology Matter?

In the world of dog training, the difference between the word “cue” and the word “command” is not just one of semantics. Positive dog training techniques rely on cooperation between the human and the dog. Positive trainers set the learner up for success, then reward...
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