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Professional Dog Trainers in Kentucky

All ABC Certified Kentucky Dog Trainers


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ABC Certified Dog Trainers in Kentucky

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Having a dog comes with a number of responsibilities, but the most important one is making sure your dog is well-behaved. Trained dogs listen to your commands, walk without distraction, and make for easy travel companions. When you have a compliant dog, you can spend more valuable time bonding and playing with your pet.

Animal Behavior College can provide you all you need to know about dog training. Students enrolled in ABCs Dog Obedience Program take online courses and gain hands-on training with the help of a professional mentor trainer. Become an ABC Certified Dog Trainer and help establish a safer community by training the dogs of Kentucky.

Resources for Dog Owners in Kentucky

Kentucky Dog Parks

Dogs have different needs. Some dogs enjoy running across acres of land while others prefer walking trails. Fortunately, you can find these features at Kentucky’s dog parks. The state has dozens of parks with trees, water fountains, and even separate sections for smaller dogs. While your pooch plays, you can relax on the benches or socialize with fellow pet owners. Make your dog’s day by taking them to any of the best dog parks in Kentucky.

Dog-Friendly Communities

Kentucky residents are dog people. A whopping 45.9 percent of households own a dog. Accordingly, cities across the state provide dogs an assortment of resources. Dogs have access to pet stores, grooming salons, and hotels. Whether you live in Bowling Green or Louisville, you’re bound to find the amenity perfect for your canine.


Here's a list of the pet-friendliest cities in Kentucky:

Bowling Green, KY

Founded in 1798, Bowling Green has flourished into one of the best places to retire in the U.S. A bounty of manufacturers, parks, and attractions are located throughout the city. Bowling Green zip codes include: 42101, 42102, and 42103.

Covington, KY

Covington lies at the point where Ohio and Licking rivers meet. Divided by multiple neighborhoods, Covington has a handful of historic churches. Covington zip codes include: 41011, 41012, and 41019.

Florence, KY

The city of Florence greets visitors with a striped red and white water tower with “Florence Y’all” written across it. Florence is the birthplace of Shaun Alexander and Kenny Price. Florence zip codes include: 41022 and 41042.

Georgetown, KY

Georgetown was originally called Lebanon, but eventually renamed for former president George Washington. G-Town houses Georgetown College and Toyota’s first U.S. manufacturing plant. Georgetown zip code includes: 40324.

Henderson, KY

Along Ohio River lies Henderson. Residents of the city can enjoy a multitude of cultural events and festivals, including Tri-Fest, Bluegrass in the Park Folklife Festival, and Green River Arts & Crafts Festival. Henderson zip codes include: 42419 and 42420.

Hopkinsville, KY

Hopkinsville’s history dates back to 1796. The city is known for being a pit stop along the Trail of Tears and having the Kelly–Hopkinsville encounter. Hopkinsville zip codes include: 42240 and 42241.

Lexington, KY

Entertainment comes in many forms for residents in Lexington. As the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington is home to several horse race tracks as well as University of Kentucky. Lexington zip codes include: 40502, 40506, and 40517.

Louisville, KY

Named after France’s King Louis XVI, Louisville is one of the oldest cities west of the Appalachian Mountains. Derby City hosts an array of events with the Kentucky Derby being the most popular. Louisville zip codes include: 40201, 40205, and 40211.

Owensboro, KY

A city in Daviess County, Owensboro received the All-America City Award in 2013. Big O Music Fest, River of Music Party, and Owensboro PumpkinFest are just a few of the many events Owensboro hosts. Owensboro zip codes include: 42301, 42302, and 42303.

Richmond, KY

Sharing the same name as the city in Virginia, Richmond is the third most populous city in the Bluegrass region. Residents have access to a number of schools, including Eastern Kentucky University. Richmond zip codes include: 40475 and 40476.

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