Dog Training Career Doing It and Loving It

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Dog Training Career Doing It and Loving It

by Lee Anderson



We all want to have a job in which we will not only earn but also enjoy. Dog trainers are very fortunate to have a job that can be considered as a dream job by many. Imagine earning a significant amount of money out from doing something that you love, not all people have that luck.

What is a dog trainer? A dog trainer is someone who:

- Works with dogs and their owners or handlers helping them by offering useful dog training classes
- Teach people how to properly take care of their pet dogs
- Teach dog owners basic obeying commands
- Teach dogs how to interact with other dogs and with other people
- Train dogs for search and rescue missions
- Train dogs for competitions.
- Assess the progress of dogs during the training

How Feasible is a Dog Training Business?

Before venturing into a business it is very important that you determine its feasibility. A dog training business is a very feasible business since in the United States alone, there are approximately 62,400,000 owned dogs. That?s a lot of prospects for you.

The best thing about engaging in a dog training business is that there is little overhead costs required to start your business. However you need to have skills and knowledge in training dogs, that is if you want to succeed in the business. Aside from that, you need to show your clients that you really know what you are doing in order for them to trust you with their pet dogs.

High Earning Opportunity

As a dog trainer you can use your skills and knowledge in helping pet owners while earning more than any part time job out there. So be proud that you are a dog trainer because you are not only doing one of the things you love but also you are one of the highest paid professionals there is.

Another advantage in being a dog trainer is that you only have to work for thirty-seven hours or longer depending on what you like. You can have training sessions from Monday to Friday or any other schedule that you would like. You can also conduct evening training sessions since you have the control of your time.

To further broaden your clientele you can also offer home service dog training. That can also add up to your income.

Attitude is Important

Training a dog is not an easy task, so as a dog trainer you are expected to display the following:

-Great amount of patience, calmness and friendliness towards the dog
- An equally great amount of care and understanding
- You also need to be flexible which means that you should be able to handle different types of dogs without a high degree of difficulty.
- You should also be clear in giving instructions especially during training sessions.
- You also need to be physically fit in order to conduct proper training.
- It would also help to be organized so you will not miss out any training exercise.
- Find pleasure in what you do because work will not be so tiring if you enjoy doing what you do.

Lastly a dog training career is still very promising especially since there are still very few people that venture in this type of profession. This means that you will have very little competition.

Lee Anderson is an Internet Research Analyst who researches and writes on many topics. You can learn more about Lee and what he's up to at: www.Top65.com/lee



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