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Professional Dog Trainers in Massachusetts

All ABC Certified Massachusetts Dog Trainers

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ABC Certified Dog Trainers in Massachusetts

Boston terrier in a park

Dogs need to be trained. When your dog learns to behave well, you can effectively communicate with your pet and improve your relationship. Professional dog trainers in Massachusetts can help with teaching your dog basic obedience, or you may want to consider becoming a certified dog trainer yourself.

Becoming a certified dog trainer through Animal Behavior College has many perks. Not only do you learn the best dog training methods in the pet industry, but you also have the opportunity to launch a career you love. Professional dog trainers in Massachusetts help dog owners understand and train their pets. By enrolling in ABC's Dog Obedience Program, you gain important skills and hands-on experience pertinent to an animal care career.

Resources for Dog Owners in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Dog Parks

Dogs of different sizes may not always get along. Larger dogs may be rougher than their smaller counterparts. For this reason, Massachusetts provides dogs the chance to play with canines their size at their beautiful dog parks. There are a handful of dog parks in the state with sections devoted to smaller dogs so your pet can run up hills and roll around on grassy lawns all while feeling safe. Next time you are looking to take your dog out for playtime, head over to any of the top dog parks in Massachusetts.

Cities Made for Canines

Nearly a quarter of all households in Massachusetts own a dog. As the city becomes more welcoming of dogs, more facilities become available to dogs and their owners. In Boston, dogs can ride taxis and frolic on the beach. Aside from the state's capital, smaller cities like Waltham and Woburn invite dogs to hotels. Whether you are in Springfield or Lowell, you can expect dog-friendly facilities in your area.

Skyline of downtown Boston in Massachusetts

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

Boston, MA

The state’s capital has a rich history dating back to 1630. As the largest city in New England, Boston offers families everything from cultural events to walking trails. Boston zip codes include: 02108, 02116, and 02125.

Brockton, MA

Brockton boasts three hospitals, six fire stations, and three post offices. The windy city was named one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People four times. Brockton zip codes include: 02301, 02302, and 02305.

Cambridge, MA

Home to Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge provides a flexible transportation system. The walkability of the city makes it easy for commuters to get in their daily exercise while getting to work. Cambridge zip codes include: 02138, 02140, and 02141.

Fall River, MA

The fact city hall is located atop an interstate highway and there are two large lakes within the city’s boundaries make Fall River unique. Battleship Cove and Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast Museum are common tourist spots. Fall River zip codes include: 02720, 02721, and 02724.

Framingham, MA

Located 20 miles of Boston, Framingham families have plenty of options when it comes to leisure activities. There are athletic fields, beaches, and museums within town. Framingham zip codes include: 01701, 01702, and 01705.

Lawrence, MA

Lawrence has a diverse immigrant community. Poet Robert Frost resided in Lawrence during school where his essays were published in the Lawrence High School Bulletin. Lawrence zip codes include: 01840, 01841, and 01843.

New Bedford, MA

Once a significant whaling port during the 19th century, New Bedford is nicknamed “The Whaling City.” The town has been the set for multiple films, including “Passionada” and “Whaling City.” New Bedford zip codes include: 02740, 02744, and 02745.

Somerville, MA

Separating from Charlestown in 1842 to become a town of its own, Somerville has blossomed into one of the best run cities in Massachusetts. Somerville was awarded with the All-America City Award twice. Somerville zip codes include: 02143, 02144, and 02145.

Springfield, MA

The first Springfield of the U.S. is located in Massachusetts. Known for its innovations and beautiful Victorian homes, Springfield hosts an array of interesting festivals throughout the year. Springfield zip codes include: 01101, 01111, and 01133.

Worcester, MA

Residents in Worcester can take pride knowing their city created the Valentine’s Day card. The Heart of the Commonwealth has several classic lunch car diners, art associations, and music festivals. Worcester zip codes includes: 01601, 01606, and 01608.

 
 
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