Expert Dog Trainer

Roger has had experience with dogs at the tender age of 5 and has trained many types of dogs in both group and private settings. His personal belief when it comes to dogs is “a trained dog is a happy dog”. Because of his love for dogs, Roger became a volunteer for non-profit dog organizations, Roger also conducts dog training sessions for the other volunteers and their shelter dogs as statistics have shown that human interaction and exercise help reduce stress levels and contribute to the shelter dogs overall wellbeing.

His belief in using positive training methods further enhanced when he started training under Master Trainer Dexter Sim WMA, Certified Agility Instructor.

His dog has appeared on stage at the PETAS Pet Show in 2015.

Check out the dog training classes that we offer.

What are the responsibilities of dog trainers?

The primary responsibility of a dog trainer is to educate dog owners on how to command their dogs and build a strong bond and relationship between the dog and the owner. In addition, dog trainers can help with basic obedience training and more complex concerns, including aggressiveness, anxiety, and excessive barking.

There is a distinction between dog trainers and dog behaviorists.

A dog trainer is a professional that specializes in teaching your dog a variety of instructions and movements. The orders range from simple ones like sit and remain to more challenging ones like grabbing newspapers and leg weaving.

A dog behaviorist specializes in in-depth canine behavioral difficulties beyond the dog’s failure to sit or remain when commanded. Emotional disorders like separation anxiety, anger, or even self-harm are examples of in-depth behavioral abnormalities. In addition, destructive behaviors and predation are behavioral difficulties that might also be psychological.

There are a few things to keep in mind when selecting a dog trainer.

Experience. Experience is one of the most visible characteristics of a dog trainer. Dog trainers with a lot of expertise in training dogs tend to appeal to dog owners more since they connect with higher quality.

Cost. Hiring a dog trainer can be expensive, particularly if the dog trainer has a lot of expertise with dogs. However, group programs are likely to be less expensive each session compared to one-on-one dog training.

Testimonials. When you engage a dog trainer, you want to see results as soon as possible. Testimonials are the only method to prove a dog trainer’s efficiency. Therefore, it is usually a good idea to get a dog trainer with a lot of favorable feedback.

Training method. Dog trainers can do dog training in a variety of ways. For example, you have the option of doing online seminars, group dog training classes, or one-on-one house training in the privacy of your own home. Depending on your specific preferences, you may discover that one training style is more successful than the other.

Flexible schedule. Hiring a dog trainer would need scheduling time once or twice a week. However, setting off time in your calendar may be nearly tricky if you are a busy worker. Some dog trainers have flexible timetables that can change at any moment.