Does your practice currently refer a dog trainer?

Whether your answer is yes or no, we’d like to ask you to consider meeting with our professional dog trainer in your area. We’re available to do a “Lunch and Learn” presentation, or to meet with you or your practice manager for 10-15 minutes. This gives you the opportunity to get to know us, learn about what sets us apart, and ask any questions you may have (click here to read our Veterinarian FAQ).

What sets us apart from other local dog trainers?

There are many advantages to working with a Canine Trade Group dog trainer:

  • We offer commitment-based training, which means we define very clear training goals with your client, and then we work together until those goals have been achieved. 
  • We get results! If our training is commitment-based, we are pressed to deliver the one thing most dog trainers struggle with: actual behavior change. Although Canine Trade Group trainers operate independently, we are united by the approach we take to dog training. We utilize an approach that has been extremely successful for over 26 years!
  • We are reliable. We are absolutely committed to high standards of professionalism and ethics. When you refer our dog trainers, you know you’ve referred someone who will show up on time, behave professionally, and do the right thing.
  • We are accountable. Whether or not you’ve referred us, we send your office a brief report after meeting with one of your clients. We want to keep you informed on the dog’s progress, and we welcome your feedback.

How can working with a dog trainer benefit your practice?

Canine Trade Group trainer Tom Porier, of Connecticut-based Camelot Dog Training.
Canine Trade Group trainer Tom Porier, of Connecticut-based Camelot Dog Training.

More and more frequently, the published veterinary literature reflects a sad truth: behavior problems are the most common reason for euthanasia. As animal lovers, we are all saddened and disturbed by this trend. As practice owners and managers, we also recognize the financial loss associated with this trend. Working with a reliable, results-based dog trainer minimizes both types of loss!

To find out more about how your practice can benefit from working with our dog trainers, visit our Canine Behavioral Wellness site, or contact us.