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Professional Dog Trainers in Vermont

All ABC Certified Vermont Dog Trainers


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ABC Certified Dog Trainers in Vermont

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Training dogs is important. It not only helps dog owners better communicate with their pets, but it can also strengthen the bond between them. All too often, people make the mistake of bypassing formal training only to realize how reckless their dogs turn out to be. As a result, they either put up with their pet’s bad behavior or bring him to an animal shelter. You can help save dog owners the stress by becoming a certified dog trainer.

Animal Behavior College can help you become certified. The dog training school offers a Dog Obedience Program where you learn various training techniques, any of which you can tailor to specific dogs. During the program, you take online courses and gain real-life experience by working with a professional mentor trainer. Once you have completed the program, you can apply your skills and knowledge to help dogs become better pets.

Resources for Dog Owners in Vermont

Vermont Dog Parks

You may not be much of an outdoor type, but your dog most likely is. Lush green lawns and lake views are just two features of Vermont's many dog parks. Given the parks’ fences, your pooch can run and play leash-free. If you have an active dog, Niquette State Park offers several hiking trails to meet your dog’s needs. Treat your dog to an afternoon of outdoor fun at any of the best dog parks in Vermont.

Canine-Friendly Communities

Dogs are loved in Vermont. The state was among the top 10 pet-owning states with 70.8 percent of its households owning a pet. To accommodate, there are many dog-friendly amenities, such as pet stores and veterinary clinics, available. In addition, there are dozens of hotels and vacation homes that welcome canines, making it easier for you to travel with your pet. Whether you live in Burlington or Rutland, you’re bound to find the right canine-friendly facility for you and your pooch.


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

Barre, VT

After the discovery of expansive granite deposits, many people from parts of Europe flocked over to Barre to take part in the booming railroad industry. The city's Paramount Theater hosted the movie premiere of “The Trouble With Harry.” Barre zip code includes: 05641.

Bennington, VT

The largest town in southern Vermont, Bennington hosts an array of annual events. Bennington is home to Bennington Battle Monument, which stands at about 305 feet tall. Bennington zip code includes: 05201.

Burlington, VT

One of the prettiest cities in America, Burlington is filled with schools, museums, and historic buildings. Ben & Jerry’s was founded in Burlington in 1978. Burlington zip codes include: 05401, 05405, and 05408.

Colchester, VT

North of Vermont’s largest city is Colchester. Due to its close proximity to Lake Champlain, the town sees a spike in population during the summer when vacationers from the surrounding area visit the town. Colchester zip codes include: 05439, 05446, and 05449.

Essex Junction, VT

Essex Junction is a village nestled in Essex. Champlain Valley Fair lasts 10 days where attendees can indulge on fried dough, peruse the commercial exhibit, and watch live performances. Essex Junction zip code includes: 05452.

Newport, VT

Despite its small size, Newport is the most populous city in Orleans County. Residents have access to an extensive transportation system, which includes everything from highways to railroads. Newport zip code includes: 05855.

Rutland, VT

Not to be confused with the town of the same name, Rutland was the third city to be incorporated in Vermont. Its downtown area houses more than 100 buildings, all of which are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Rutland zip code includes: 05701.

Saint Albans, VT

Saint Albans is located in the northeastern region of Vermont. The town honors maple syrup, hosting several events and the Vermont Maple Festival each year. Saint Albans zip codes include: 05478 and 05479.

South Burlington, VT

Vermont’s largest mall, University Mall, is located in South Burlington. Bordering Lake Champlain, the city features a beautiful park and beach. South Burlington zip codes include: 05403 and 05407.

Vergennes, VT

Vergennes is a small city where residents can enjoy a handful of restaurants and coffee shops. Vergennes Opera House has weekly events, ranging from comedy acts to theatrical performances. Vergennes zip code includes: 05491.

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