Directory of Dog Training in Michigan

Need to find a good dog trainer in Michigan, fast? You'll find information on all of our recommended dog trainers and dog training classes in Michigan below.

Dog Zone Training & Activity Center

Dog Zone offers all types of obedience classes and sports in a safe and comfortable environment. From puppy to the newest in sports, they teach it all! The owner, Donna J. Zaj, has over 30 years experience and is a canine behaviorist. She has an amazing ability to connect with dogs. Their facility is one of Michigan's largest training centers, and their floor is a thick rolled rubber for the comfort of your dog's joints. This is a lifetime investment in your dog; their goal is to have this dog the best one you've ever owned! Doggie Daycare in our 20,000 sq ft facility. Climate controlled. Our daycare is managed and operated by certified trainers and behaviorists!! Daycare available by appointment!! Come play and burn that energy in a fun constructive and safe way!! It is fun to be in the Zone!!

Dundee K9

Dundee K9 is primarily focused on dog training. They have years of experience training dogs and work with breeds of all sizes and ages. They offer group, private, and in-home lessons, and specialize in behavior problems. They also offer electronic pet fencing & training session packages.

MondouCu Animal Training

MondouCu Animal Training is located half way between Kalamazoo & Grand Rapids (US 131), serving West Michigan. Our facility is situated to provide the optimal learning environment from puppy classes and obedience classes, to private training for aggression and anxiety issues. Our trainers have the experience to work with you and your canine companion. Serving Allegan, Kent, Barry and Ottawa (limited) Counties in Michigan.

Pawsitive Dog Training

Start your new puppy off on the right paw with puppy training classes that encourage and reinforce good behaviors. Some day they will grow up just not yet. This class is for puppies 8 weeks to 5 months. Our puppy course is a great introduction to teach your puppy to walk nicely on a leash, sit politely for petting, how to properly greet people and dogs, trim nails, prevent separation anxiety, the great crate debate, and potty training. Beginner Obedience Class-Have you wanted to have your dog be a therapy dog to visit hospitals, schools, libraries or nursing homes? This is the class for you. The class is an 8 week program. Does your dog misbehave when excited? The class includes your dog focusing on you, heeling, coming when called, sit, down, stay, returning to heel position, stand for exam, leave it from food and stuff on the ground. Each dog is different, and each is treated in away that leads to reshaping of their behaviors. By the end of this 8 week course you and your dog should learn these basic commands and to be a canine good citizen. Intermediate Obedience Class-Dogs and handlers are prepared for more advance work based on their needs and ability level and any competitions they plan on entering. Many handlers continue on in these classes even if they don’t compete, simply because they and their dog are having fun and expanding their training skills. Rally Class-In this class you learn the correct performance of each of the AKC Rally signs and practice running short sequences of signs. It is expected that participants are already proficient in loose leash heeling, short stays and other basic obedience skills. For the Intermediate level on up will be off leash. Class participants will receive practice in running courses and will review rules and regulations including scoring requirement. Specialty/Fun Class-In this class will be specializing in hand signals for your dog, drop on recall also in different positions, learn the difference between each word/signal for sit, down and stand, there will be long sits and downs out of site. There will be the high jump, broad jump, closed and open tunnels, teeter totter. When the weather is nice we will train outside also in an enclosed fence in area.
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