8 Alabama Dog Trainers

Dog training is a process used to teach new skills and behaviors to a Dog, regardless of age. Whether you are intentionally teaching your Dog, they are always learning and they will invent their own rules if you don't set them. A good Alabama Dog trainer can help set the appropriate boundaries and shape a healthy relationship between you and your beloved Dog.

There are numerous Dog training methods including basic obedience training to specialized training areas including law enforcement, search and rescue, hunting, working with livestock, and protection or guarding. Training may involve teaching a Dog to actively respond to commands or it may involve helping the Dog to better cope with stressful environments.

Saranne Riccio
256-755-0386
Madison, Alabama
Rick Clark
205-296-0855
Birmingham, Alabama
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Saranne Riccio
Saranne Riccio
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Madison, AL / 256-755-0386

Saranne Corley Riccio is a Certified Dog Trainer through Animal Behavior College. Her background in fostering and rescue showed her the need for people to become more educated about their dogs and learn... Read More

Rick Clark
Rick Clark
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Birmingham, AL / 205-296-0855

Owner - The Barking Zone Dog Daycare opened in 2003Owner - The BZ Franchises opened in 2009 which is our daycare model... www.thebz.comClicker training - private and in home training sessions -... Read More

Megan  Carper
Megan Carper
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Huntsville, AL

I volunteer as an instructor at Kind Hearts Behavior Center. Kind Hearts Behavior Center, in association with Therapy Partners, Inc. uses positive, rewarding techniques based on sound learning theory. Dogs le... Read More

Reid Foster
Reid Foster
(0 Ratings)
Montgomery, AL / 334-224-7401

Foster N' Pets LLC offers professional pet care through education, sitting and training. Contact us about joining the foster family. Read More

Tracy Klimchak
Tracy Klimchak
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Prattville, AL / 334-318-2900

House Rules Dog Training I offer reward-based training in group classes or private sessions as well as in-home training and behavior modification tailored to meet the individual needs of you and your p... Read More

Laurel Rose, Cpdt-Ka,
Laurel Rose, Cpdt-Ka,
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Huntsville, AL / 256-890-1234

Group, private and in-home obedience training and behavior modification training. Puppy to advanced obedience and C.L.A.S.S., problem solving seminars, games, field trips and swim classes. Professional Member o... Read More

Rose Ingram
Rose Ingram
(0 Ratings)
Winfield, AL / 205-270-3990

I fell in love with dog training when I started to train our English Bulldog Bubba when he was a puppy. I found out about positive reinforcement training and LOVE it.I decided to try to become a traine... Read More

Joel Allen
Joel Allen
(0 Ratings)
Athens, AL / 256-651-2211

?Remember to love your dogs because they love you. Maybe not the way you want them to, like chewing up your favorite shoes or what not, but that is just love chewing. Be thankful for the time you have with th... Read More


Alabama Dog Training Prices

The cost to train a Dog in your area of Alabama can vary based on factors like the type of training, location, the type of Dog, and age. Private lessons are typically priced per session with group lessons priced differently. Below are some typical costs that you can use a rough guide:

  • Group classes can range from $50 to $100 for multi-week sessions
  • Private classes can range from $50 to $100 per session
  • Boarding schools can range from $1,000 to $3,000 for multi-week sessions

Group Training Tips

If you're considering group training for your Dog ask the potential trainer the following questions:

  • How many Dogs per class?
  • Are Puppies and older Dogs in separate classes?
  • Are there different levels based on experience?
  • What training methods do you use?
  • Is proof of vaccination required?
  • Does the trainer give praise frequently?
  • Are commands given in friendly tones?
  • Are owners allowed to observe during the training sessions?