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Hi! I am a Biology undergraduate student at UK, and originally from Pittsburgh. I grew up around Dobermans, and am so excited to walk your dog for you.
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“Professional Dog Trainer”
My name is Nicole and I can’t wait to meet your pup! I have many years of experience training dogs to earn titles in obedience, agility, and other sports. I also train Service Dogs to perform a variety of tasks. I have been in the animal industry all my life, have a degree in Agriculture, and have been a professional dog trainer for 7 years. I am comfortable working with all sizes, energy levels, and ages of dogs; as well as all manners of equipment. I would love to help you and your dog!
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Training Exam Complete
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Which breed of dog has the parentage of the Pug and Bichon Frise? It’s the Puchon! This pooch is a combination of the mega-personality Pug and the fluffy, adorable Bichon Frise. Although the Pug is not a vocal dog, the Bichon Frise typically is. This character trait can come out in your Puchon, giving you a dog who barks at the drop of a hat. Train your Puchon to not bark when someone is at the door using the “ignore the behavior method,” and you’ll soon have peace and quiet.
Does your ever-curious pup eat rocks on occasion? Don’t let this continue as it can become a habit that is harmful and hard to break. Stones can build up in the intestine and be difficult or impossible to pass. Give your four-legger a distraction like an irresistible treat or fun toy every time they go for a rock, and before long, the habit will be a thing of the past.
The Vizsla is an incredibly competent dog, first known to be in existence in the 10th century. They have ancestors such as the Weimaraner and the Transylvanian Hound, which is now extinct. First, only owned by the nobility, this dog has survived the ages and is now a popular therapy, service, and search and rescue dog in North America.
Lexington is known as a dog-friendly city with restaurants, stores, and wineries that welcome well-behaved pups into their establishments. To be sure that you and Fido aren’t left out on the front step, brush up on doggy manners.
Dogs that know how to put their best paw forward in every instance are a joy to own, and that’s why obedience training is a must for every pooch. In-home private training in Lexington is an excellent option for pet parents with a tight work schedule. Courses can be given in your home, or you and Fido can take a drive to the training center and have your lesson there. Classes range from $90 to $125 per session and typically involve a consultation to start.
If your pooch is ready to join a group class and learn the ropes that way, prices in Lexington average around $175 a session. This is usually for a four-week schedule of training once a week. Once your dog takes the basic class, they can move up to the next level where tasks will be more difficult, but still fun.
How about board and train? Pet parents who prefer to let a pro do the training, sending their dog home to them from training camp fully trained, will pay on average, $2000 for a 2 to 3 week away-from-home stay. Pooches are taught everything from proper doggy etiquette when company is over to learning how to resist counter surfing.
Being away from their dog for any more than a night is too much for some pet parents. And, not only that, but they also want to train right alongside their pup to learn the ropes, too. If that is what you have in mind, look to local dog trainers with Wag! to make it happen.
For training that ticks all the boxes as far as scheduling and affordability go, in-home private lessons with Wag! are ideal. It’s easy to chat and pay in-app, setting up a personalized experience for your dog at just $60 for a one-hour session. Soon, you will have the canine pride of Lexington.
Lexington dog trainers with Wag! know the importance of a solid basis when starting dog training. That’s why they practice with their own dogs to make sure that the lessons they teach are what pet parents want to know. Trainers and their dogs play and learn at off-leash dog parks in the area and then bring the knowledge right to you.
Lexington offers plenty of activity for people and their best furry pals to do no matter the time of year or the weather. Wineries and breweries are big in this area of the country, and to bring your dog along to one of these fine establishments, you’ll have to learn the rules of doggo ownership first. No running at large for canine kiddos in Kentucky, unless, of course, it’s in the fenced-in dog park or your secure backyard. Licensing is a must, as is keeping up to date with the rabies vaccine.
To allow your woofer to roam and run in a safe area, head to Wellington Dog Park to take advantage of 3.5 acres of fenced-in property. Keep an eye on your pup while there and be sure to pick up after them to keep this park clean and safe for all.
If you are in the mood for a short trek with your dog, head over to Veterans Park Trail. It’s a busy path but enjoyable nonetheless. Bikers and joggers frequent this fun spot, too. Keep Fido on the leash and practice heeling techniques every time a biker passes by.
What breeds of dog hang out on the pet-friendly restaurant patios of Lexington? The dog-loving state of Kentucky welcomes all dogs but, in particular, loves canines that are fans of the great outdoors. That only makes sense, seeing that the countryside is gorgeous all year-round.
Poodles are seen showing their stuff at conformation shows, right alongside the Yorkshire Terrier and the German Shepherd. From big to small and in between, these dogs hold a proud stance when standing on display in front of a judge.
Lexington dogs that love the water and running through wide-open fields are the Beagle, Golden Retriever, and Labrador Retriever. Give them a ball and a body of water, and watch them go. Of course, the Beagle is happiest when on a scent trail and may prefer running along the shoreline in search of frogs.
The Rottweiler and Bulldog are two strong and sturdy dogs that make their home in the state. Independent and sometimes a touch stubborn, these loveable breeds benefit from and thrive on structured training.
You love your dog and want the best for them. Give them the gift of dog training by connecting with a local dog trainer with Wag! today.
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