Get a real picture of what a career as a dog trainer really looks like

Come learn from an expert in the field what it was like to be a trainer. Get a good understanding of what it feels like to own your own business or work as an employee. Hear the ins and outs of teaching group classes, private lessons, and board and trains. See what it is like to train pets in people's homes, to train service dogs, and to work in an animal shelter.
  • A day in the life of a trainer

    Explore 5 different possible career paths as a dog trainer. Students will gain a deeper appreciation for what a trainer does day to day. As a result, they are able to make an educated decision on which career path, if any, they might pursue.

  • Does it fit your personality

    See how different personality traits may make you more suited for a particular career path within the dog training field.

  • What you need to become a trainer

    Students will be introduced to a list of skills that highly effective trainers have. They can use these insights to see what they already possess and in what areas they need to grow.


Make an educated decision about your future!

Before you spend time or money find out if a carrer in dog training is the right fit for you.


  • How long is the course?

    The videos in the course take about 90 minutes to watch. The class is broken down by topic so you can watch one at a time or the whole thing. There are additional optional activities suggested to help you dive deeper. Those may add another 15-30 mins on to the time.

  • What makes your class different from others?

    Other courses only include information about what you need to do to become a trainer. In this course you get an inside look on what it is like to actually be a trainer. Therefore, you can decide if it is the right career path for you. I will also give you the next steps and what knowledge/experience is needed if you decide to pursue a career in the field.

  • Is this for adults or teens?

    Both! As a homeschool mom, I know the importance of keeping my kids safe. There is no inappropriate language in any of my classes. There are no online chats, or discussions between students. I do mention euthanasia in the animal shelter section of the class but the process itself is not described. I do talk about the emotions of working in an environment where euthanasia is happening. That shelter section video can easily be skipped if you prefer.