4 Vermont 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 Vermont 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.

Kasandra Kenney, Cvt
802-356-0718
Norwich, Vermont
Laurie Lafrance
802-453-2195
Bristol, Vermont
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Kasandra Kenney, Cvt
Kasandra Kenney, Cvt
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Norwich, VT / 802-356-0718

One Paw at a Time Dog Training Read More

Laurie Lafrance
Laurie Lafrance
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Bristol, VT / 802-453-2195

My goal is to give you the proper tools to train your dog.I believe in positive and negative reinforcement and work with a clicker.I offer private lessons in your home,singular behavioral sessions or 4 and 6 we... Read More

Marie Brooks-Thomas
Marie Brooks-Thomas
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Hyde Park, VT

I live in Hyde Park with my husband Dave, two dogs Jed and Meg, cats Sam and Barney, and two horses. I've always had dogs and cats growing up. I love training in a postive way and seeing well trained dogs w... Read More

Kristen Nugent
Kristen Nugent
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Williston, VT / 802-353-0140

ABC Certified Dog TrainerI believe in developing a personalized plan to build strong, loving relationships amongst all family members through the use of a balanced approach to training. In other words, ... Read More


Vermont Dog Training Prices

The cost to train a Dog in your area of Vermont 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?