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The Best Dog Trainers in Florida of 2023

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Merlin Noble

March 29, 2022

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Welcome to the Florida Sniffspot top dog trainer list for 2023. This is a list of the top dog trainers in Florida based on votes from the Sniffspot community and the general public. Over 55,000 votes were used in compiling this list. We have only included the top trainers with sufficient votes and the trainers are ordered in terms of the number of votes received. Trainers that tied are ranked in reverse alphabetical order based on first name. All dog trainers on this list are positive reinforcement only, as defined by no force, fear, intimidation, or aversive methods used. To learn more about our dog trainer contest, feel free to view the dog trainer contest post.

Dog training is one of the most important activities someone can do with their dog. Many come to dog training through a specific issue they want addressed, anything from barking to separation anxiety. Some have adopted dogs from animal shelters with an abusive experience and some just have happy puppies looking for everyday life skills. Trainers can help with all kinds of specific skills and issues, from leash manners to territorial aggression to anxiety around skateboards to common puppy challenges. However, what many discover is that working with a trainer is actually a way for a pet owner to deepen their relationship with their dog. The enhanced communication skills that result can increase quality of life, be a rewarding experience, be a social experience and lead to more harmonious relationships. Knowing that one’s dog is having a happier life can dramatically improve peace of mind. As the saying goes: happy dog, happy life. And it extends further than just the dog, to the pet owners. Owner empowerment can actually improve the relationship between owners. And finding the right trainer can make all the difference in the experience.

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The Best Florida Dog Trainers in 2023

Chrissy Dullano


I am a Victoria Stilwell Academy graduate where I earned my certified training credentials. I am an AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator. I am certified in pet care health and wellness, and certified in dog and cat first-aid and CPR. I am continuously studying and staying on top of the latest education opportunities.

My passion is trying to make an impact on reducing homeless dogs, shelter dogs, rehoming and returning.

Certifications: VSA-CDT, APDT, PPG, IACP

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training
  • Board and train
  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training
  • Agility training

More info about service provided: Day Training, Group Classes, Distraction training, Private Training, Basic Training, Behavioral Modification Training

Behavioral issue focus: reactivity, jumping, pulling, mouthy, barking, counter surfing, door dashing, impulse control, settling skills

Training methods: positive reinforcement dog training, training plans, follow up plans, behavioral consultations, evaluations

Why I became a dog trainer: I became a trainer because I was frustrated with watching people turn in and dismiss their dogs for such fixable problems

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: My favorite part of being a trainer is watching the owners face light up when they receive their amazing results

My #1 dog training tip: Be consistent

Service areas: Jacksonville, FL

Website: https://allfurpetsjax.com


Katie Casell

Katie Casell is a double certified dog trainer, having graduated with distinction from Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training & Behavior (KPA CTP) and CATCH Canine Trainers Academy (CCDTK). She is a Certified Dog Trainer Knowledge Assessed (CDPT-KA), through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers. She is also a Fear Free Certified Professional Trainer (FFCP), a Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer (CSAT) and a Family Dog Mediator (FDM).

Katie believes that dog training should be engaging, motivating, and fun for both you and your dog, which is why all of her services utilize positive reinforcement. Training methods and equipment should never hurt or scare your dog.

Certifications:

KPA CTP
CPDT-KA
CSAT
FFCP
FDM

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training
  • In home training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: I offer potty training, puppy training, private in-home coaching sessions, day training, all basic cues, trick training, distraction training, training for reactive dogs, training for aggressive dogs.

Behavioral issue focus: I typically work with fearful, nervous, reactive, and sound sensitive dogs.

Training methods: I use force free methods when training. All training starts with a consultation, where I give the humans things they can work on right away. After meeting the dog(s) and humans, I design a training plan that fits their particular needs.

Why I became a dog trainer: Because I couldn't find a force-free dog trainer to help me with my own reactive dog.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Helping dog guardians understand that their dogs are not being "bad", but are actually struggling. Once the humans shift their perspective, they are more likely to choose force-free methods.

My #1 dog training tip: Catch your dog doing things you like, and reward those things. Your dog, in turn, will start to do more things you like. It's a win-win!

Service areas: Homestead, Kendall, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, Coral Gables, South Miami, Coconut Grove, Doral

Website: https://danceswithdogs.com


Maggie Marshall

I have been a professional dog trainer and owner of Maggie Marshall Dog Training since 2009. The highlights of my years include being the Lead Safety Person for the national Strutt Your Mutt event, yearly winner of Jacksonville Magazine's Best of Pets award, I was a featured expert on the local morning news, I am a mentor trainer for Animal Behavior College, and I have completed the Aggression in Dogs Master Course. I hold three certifications and am well known and respected in my community as the go to trainer for the toughest cases.

Certifications: ABCDT, CPDT, CCBC

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training
  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: I offer in home, private training sessions, group classes indoors and outdoors for any obedience needs and behavior modification. I will handle anything from housetraining to serious bite histories.

Behavioral issue focus: I love to work with puppies when all is new and the future is bright, but I also enjoy the complicated cases involving severe fears and dogs fighting within the home.

Training methods: My training sessions are customized to suit the needs of each dog and owner. After the behavioral history is taken, I prioritize the owner's goals into a time efficient and results based training plan. Each session is booked and paid for individually to keep the power and flexibility in the client's control.

I frequently use a marker and reward system to teach new behaviors and quickly transfer the behaviors to real-life scenarios, so the client can understand how to apply the new behaviors. I advise the client to make changes in their own behaviors to produce different results in the dog. I provide ebooks for the client with written instructions and provide a follow up email summary after each session.

Why I became a dog trainer: My first dog had some challenging behaviors that I was able to overcome. The experience revealed to me that I had an affinity for dog training. Once I knew that, I researched the best routes to become a professional. I was excited to have found a career path that would allow me to feel fulfilled, to do good and to still be available for my family.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Changing behaviors that the client believes are unchangeable.

My #1 dog training tip: Call a professional as soon as you bring your new dog home.

Service areas: ABCDT, CPDT, CCBC

Website: https://maggiedogtraining.com


Laska Parrow

Laska has been training animals with positive reinforcement since a young age. Inspired as a child, she trained her cat how to walk on a leash and basic obedience skills. Finally her father agreed that she could foster and train dogs. She has been involved with training assistance dogs since 2000 and got involved in pet dog training in 2003.

Helping others with their pets led Laska to spend 7 years working at her local humane society. During her time there she taught reactive and fearful dog classes, as well as in-home training for cats and other small animals.

Certifications: CCPDT-KA, ANWI, FDM, CVT, FFCP

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training
  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Service dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: We provide in home training for the whole family. At All Ears Training, we develop personalized training plans for you and your dog. We work with newly adopted, nosework, aggression or reactive dogs, service and fun tricks!

Behavioral issue focus: Reactivity to dogs and humans. And separation anxiety

Training methods: We do initial behavioral consults to make sure we are the right fit for you and your dog. After that we develop a training plan for you and your dog. We are force free and positive reinforcement training only!

Why I became a dog trainer: To help people and their dogs better understand each other and live happily together. Going up as part of the veterinary community I could see the communication issues between dogs and their families and I wanted a way for them to live successfully together

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Making people's lives vetter and seeing the bond grow

My #1 dog training tip: Have fun! And appreciate the little things!

Service areas: Parrish, Palmetto, Bradenton, Sarasota, Venice, Northport

Website:  https://www.allearstraining.com/


Makayla Garcia

Growing up as a military brat and having served several years in the Air Force I have lived in five countries, five states, and one territory before settling down in Florida in 2017. I am now the proud owner of East Bay Dog Spot, a five-star dog training facility in Gulf Breeze offering an array of group classes and private dog training.

My training is a reflection of who I am, teaching with kindness and patience. With a passion for both dogs and their owners I am also the Vice President and a founding member of the Friends of Santa Rosa County Animal Shelter, a local non-profit that supports our county animal shelter through funds, community outreach, and pet safety net programs.

Certifications: AKC CGC Evaluator, APDT Member

Services include:

  • In home training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: As the owner of East Bay Dog Spot, my team and I offer an array of group classes and private training programs to meet the need of any pet owner. Group classes range from Puppy and Beginner classes all the way up to Advanced or Reactivity classes. Group classes and private lessons are primarily held at our training facility in Gulf Breeze (In Home sessions are limited). Because I believe that training continues long after classes end, existing clients have ongoing access to trainers, our training library, monthly pack walks and workshops.

Behavioral issue focus: Reactivity, separation anxiety, and general manners and obedience

Training methods: All my training is force free and positive reinforcement based. I assist owners on selecting the best program for them and their dogs whether that is private training or a group class. Private clients receive customized training plans to address any problem behaviors.

Why I became a dog trainer: Like most trainers, I was raised around dogs my whole life. My parents owned rottweilers most of my life and also helped train guide dogs. I've always loved dogs and began working with them in a local doggy daycare after separating the Air Force.

I quickly realized that I wanted to do more than just be around dogs, I wanted to help them and their owners. I was fortunate to find a wonderful mentor in the local area that helped develop my knowledge and understanding of dogs to guide me into becoming the dog trainer I am today!

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: My favorite part of dog training is seeing the impact my work has. Dogs who were on the brink of rehoming being able to live harmoniously in their house. Frustrated owners finally feeling confident about what they need to do and understanding why their dog behaves the way it does. I love animals, and I am blessed with the opportunity to help dogs, people, and my community with my knowledge.

My #1 dog training tip: Set your dog up for success! Whether you're introducing a new skill or addressing a behavioral problem, manage the environment and take baby steps so your dog can't fail.

Service areas: Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, Navarre, Milton

Website: https://www.eastbaydogspot.com/


Menoka Damaren

I am a Animal Behavior College certified dog trainer. My experience volunteering for 10+ years at local shelters and rescues enabled me to hone in my intuition and instincts with animals. Helping animals, particularly dogs have a happy healthy relationships with their owners has been a dream come true. I am the proud mom of one 11 year-old pitbull named Trippie who is unequivocably the love of my life.

Certifications: ABCDT

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training
  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: Private lessons for manners training, behavior modification, and impulse control training. Lessons can be schedule 7 days a week with a flexible schedule to fit your lifestyle.

Behavioral issue focus: Anxiety, separation anxiety, fear, reactivity in the home, reactivity on walks, hyperactivity, impulse control, multi pack harmony, etc.

Training methods: Positive reinforcement. Lessons can be tailored around my curriculum to fit each dog and owner best. My method is structured yet intuitive.

Why I became a dog trainer: To strengthen the bond between animal and owner.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Working with people and animals one on one and seeing the benefits of my training.

My #1 dog training tip: Make your dog do something for you for everything in life they want.

Service areas: Jacksonville FLORIDA, Florida counties: baker, Nassau, St Johns, And Clay

Website: https://www.menokadogmanners.com/


Annalisa Berns

Annalisa is a real-life Pet Detective. She dreamed of working with animals from a young age. Annalisa found her life's work when she read Kat Albrecht's book, 'The Lost Pet Chronicles.' She works and trains Search Dogs specifically trained to find lost pets. She is passionate about educating people about how to bring their lost pets home and how to train dogs to sniff out lost pets.

Annalisa is the owner of Pet Search and Rescue and Pet Search and Rescue Investigations. She is a licensed Private Investigator in California. She wants to inspire you to consider training your dog (or adopting a new dog) to sniff out lost pets. Scent training is the ultimate enrichment for your dog, can help other people and their lost pets, and provide a rewarding job for you.

Certifications:

Missing Animal Response Technician with retired policewoman Kat Albrecht and Missing Pet Partnership, 2005.
California Licensed Private Investigator, 2014.
National Search Dog Alliance Member, Member Education Board NSDA (2009), Education Program Manager (2019-2022), 2007- current.
Registered Trainer and Member of Rescues2theRescue, 2023.

Services include:

  • Board and train

More info about service provided: I love to train dogs to help sniff out lost pets! There is a job for every dog, and some dogs love to help search for missing cats, dogs, reptiles and even horses. Dogs naturally use their nose to explore the world. It is rewarding when we learn to work with them as a team, and it helps missing animals and their owners too.

Behavioral issue focus: Most dogs benefit from having a job. I focus on scent training, which is enriching for them and their owners. This often improves behavioral issues, as it improves the dog's confidence, attention span and focus.

Training methods: I use positive reinforcement training methods. Each dog is different, and I embrace that in scent training. I utilize treats, toys, clicker or markers, and follow Search and Rescue methods for scent training. I offer free initial phone calls to talk about your interests and your dog for scent training for finding lost pets. You learn about options to use the training for fun and enrichment for your pet, as a volunteer or as a business. Evaluating your dog is the next step, and can be done online or in-person.

Why I became a dog trainer: I love working with animals, and found my life's passion in working specially trained Search Dogs to help find lost pets. After training dogs and working over 18 years in the field, a natural next step is training people and their dogs to sniff out lost pets.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: I love helping people to listen, understand and work as a team with our amazing dog partners!

My #1 dog training tip: Train your dog to find lost pets. Pay your dog. In turn, your dog can pay your bills.

Service areas: Remote Around the World. In-Person in Florida, New York, and California. Additional areas possible for lectures and group trainings, including internationally.

Website: https://www.petsearchandrescue.com


Savannah LeFors

Hello! I'm Savannah LeFors, Certified Professional Dog Trainer, and I have been training dogs since 2015! I was the coordinator of Tallahassee Memorial's Animal Therapy Department and I have been screening, training, evaluating, and managing over 180 therapy animal teams that visited the Big Bend region's healthcare facilities, nursing homes, and schools for over 2 years. I also have experience assessing and training service dogs as part of an internship.

I was raised in Saint Augustine, FL, and after moving away to get my degree in Tallahassee at Florida State, I realized my heart lives here! I am excited and passionate to help the residents of the First Coast bond with their dogs and enjoy everything our amazing coast has to offer! As a child of two Deaf parents, I am fluent in American Sign Language, so I am also thrilled to provide accessibility to dog training for all Deaf people as well!

Although I have learned a lot via reading books, attending seminars, and training clients' dogs,

I have learned the most about dog training from my two dogs! I have an Australian Cattle Dog, Sydney, and a Dalmatian, Bindi. They are both totally Deaf, so we do things a little differently!

I specialize in dog body language and have learned to think outside of the box to work with them, and can apply my knowledge, skills, and research in science-based, positive reinforcement training to help with you and your dog's needs!

Certifications: Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Fear Free Certified Professional

Services include:

  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Service dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: I offer in home training for all basic obedience manners and most behavior modification! I have two deaf dogs myself so I do lots of deaf dog training! I also host group classes several times a year for basic and advanced obedience!

Behavioral issue focus: Reactivity, separation anxiety, potty training, wary of strangers, wary of other dogs, deaf dog training, muzzle training, husbandry training and consent for behaviors.

Training methods: I subscribe to positive, force free training. No use of intimidation or fear tactics will be used to train the dogs. Classical and operant conditioning does all the work for us!

Why I became a dog trainer: I was in college and wasn't sure what to do with my life. I made friend with someone who was a dog trainer and I fell in love with the problem solving, teaching, learning, and helping part of it! I found my niche with deaf dogs and absolutely love strengthening the bond between families and their canine partners!

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Seeing families work with their dog to cooperatively have a better life together!

My #1 dog training tip: Reward your dog for the GOOD stuff! Dont focus too much on the bad behaviors!

Service areas: Saint Johns County, Saint Augustine, Palm Coast

Website: https://SavvyDT.com


Christie Mendoza

Trainer for 5 years - love competing in agility and rally

Certifications: CPDT-KA

Services include:

  • In home training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: Puppy and Obedience Training, Reactive Rover training, AKC CGC and Rally classes

Behavioral issue focus: Leash reactivity

Training methods: positive reinforcement training - counterconditioning and desensitization for reactive rover class

Why I became a dog trainer: Because I had a very reactive scared puppy and wanted to understand the best way to help him become a confident dog

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Seeing the bond that dog and owners can make through training together. Seeing a scared reactive young dog gain confidence.

My #1 dog training tip: Reward and reinforce the dog for the behaviors you want to see vs telling the dog no or correcting the dog.

Service areas: Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, Navarre

Website: https://www.eastbaydogspot.com/


Ariel Lovely

My name is Ariel Lovely and I am a certified dog trainer. Before becoming a dog trainer I worked professionally as a doggy daycare caretaker, a shelter tech, and as an animal control officer.

With my own dogs I compete in dog shows and sporting events, all achieved using positive reinforcement!

I decided to begin my education in the dog training field after owning my own reactive dog and struggling to find humane and effective methods to decrease the behavior. Now I focus on helping dogs and their owners get through the same behavior struggles.

Certifications: IAABC-ADT

Services include:

  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Off leash training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: I specialize in reactivity and fearful dogs however offer a variety of services. I operate under 3 and 5 week training courses designed to offer owners continuous support throughout the training process.

Behavioral issue focus: I commonly work with reactivity and fear/anxiety.

Training methods: I use exclusively positive reinforcement methods. My training plans focus on ensuring owners feel safe and confident while handling their dogs during behavior training, while also ensuring the dogs are comfortable and safe. I do not believe there is any real definition of a 'well trained dog' and instead focus on helping dog owners find what 'well trained' means to them in their home!

Why I became a dog trainer: I was inspired to become a dog trainer after living with my reactive dog Precious, who has since passed in 2022 at the age of 11.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Helping owners understand why their dog's behavior is happening and giving them the tools they need to not only alleviate the behavior, but build a closer bond with their dog as well.

My #1 dog training tip: Meet your dog's biological needs before focusing on training! Sniffing, running, playing!

Service areas: I train locally in and around Brandon, Florida. As well as virtually from anywhere!

Website: https://k9adventuresfl.com


Phyllis Zboril

Educated at the world-renowned Academy for Dog Trainers, Phyllis has been serving dogs and their families for more than 13 years in the western suburbs of Chicago and beyond.

Drawing from her background in social work, she is a highly skilled listener; capable of addressing behavioral issues without judgement. Zboril's teaching style and experience creates space for true and enjoyable learning.

Her love of dogs has brought over a dozen dogs into her heart and home within the last 40 years; including a furry companion she fostered from a pit bull rescue. Phyllis trained each of them in either obedience, agility, nosework, tracking and more.

In addition to operating Go Dog! Training, Phyllis served as an Animal Enrichment and Behavior Manager at Anderson Animal Shelter, where she helped lower the canine euthanasia rate to the lowest in the organization's 50+ history, and one of the lowest in the nation.

Certifications: CTC, CSAT

Services include:

  • Agility training

Service areas: Serving Fort Myers, North Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Estero, Naples, Bonita Springs for private training.

Website: https://www.godog4training.com/


Samantha Giacalone

Samantha is a certified dog trainer, earning her CPDT-KA desigantion after graduating from CATCH Canine Trainers Academy, where she earned her Certified Dog Trainer title. She is also a graduate of San Juan College's Veterinary Assistant Program & an AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator. She is actively enrolled in multiple competition sport classes with her dogs and competes in the sport of dog agility with her dog Nellie.

Certifications: CPDT-KA, Fear Free, CCDT

Services include:

  • Board and train
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: Puppy board & train, STAR Puppy & CGC classes

Training methods: Client & dog meet & greet, intake questionnaire, training summary & video

Why I became a dog trainer: Having a back ground in veterinary medicine, training was the next logical step in working with dogs and their humans

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Watching dogs work through the learning process and become successful

My #1 dog training tip: Don't give your dog too much freedom without first teaching them what you want

Service areas: Jacksonville

Website: https://whoanelliepositivecaninetraining.com/


Christine Geschwill

Christine has been training professionally since 2008, utilizing relationship based techniques specializing in helping pets become ideal household companions.

Certifications: Certified Professional Dog Trainer - Knowledge Assessed

Services include:

  • In home training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: Private in home training catered to the clients specific needs

Behavioral issue focus: Fear/Anxiety, reactivity towards others, separation anxiety, basic household manners.

Training methods: Training plans are developed to the specific needs of each dog utilizing positive reinforcement techniques.

Why I became a dog trainer: So many families need help communicating with their dogs. If I can help them bridge the gap then I am happy.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Helping people learn to see their relationship with their dogs as part of the equation.

My #1 dog training tip: Be calm.

Service areas: Broward County

Website: https://bluegracetraining.com


Christiana Parker

Christy has been working as a Professional Figure Skater traveling the world for 12 years. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, she decided to settle down in Florida when she accepted a figure skating contract at Busch Gardens. During this time, she began studying animal behavior in her spare time and hasn't stopped learning since.

Her passion for animals has existed since the day she was born. She believes she was put on this Earth to help animals; specifically, teaching dogs and their families how to build a strong bond through training.

She went on to start working in a dog shelter where she found a profound love for rescue. Christy got hands-on experience rehabilitating, training, and fostering a wide variety of breeds, as well as those exhibiting fear, aggression, anxiety, and reactivity. Christy is an active volunteer for multiple different rescues such as Husky Haven of Florida where she assists in fostering, transport, and performing behavior assessments on dogs entering the rescues.

Christy is proud to share her life with her 5 rescue dogs Keela (Retriever mix), Lumen (Siberian Husky), Teegan (Husky/Malamute mix), her first “foster fail” Zayn (Siberian Husky mix), and the newest addition, Jaxon (Husky mix).

Currently pursuing a Behavior Consultant Certification, she regularly attends dog training seminars, workshops, and jumps at the chance of any additional hands-on training and behavior modification opportunities.

Certifications: CCPDT-KA and Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training
  • Board and train
  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: Behavior modification for separation anxiety, reactivity, human and dog aggression, fear. Basic manners, puppy socialization, board and train, socialization skills for adult dogs, day training, distraction training

Behavioral issue focus: Dog aggression, human aggression, fear, reactivity, separation anxiety

Training methods: I am dedicated to positive reinforcement and welfare/relationship building based training. My training plans are designed to be customized to each individual dog. I recommend a 6-8 week starting point for one-on-one sessions weekly for both behavior consultations and private training.

Why I became a dog trainer: As I started my career in the rescue industry, I realized the biggest reason dogs are typically relinquished is due to unwanted behavior issues. If I am able to help families learn how to better understand their dog and live in harmony together, I am taking one smell step in helping keep dogs in a loving home and out of the shelter.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Watching the bond between a handler and their dog grow into a beautiful, understanding relationship.

My #1 dog training tip: Get your dog on an enrichment plan! Provide daily breed appropriate outlets.

Service areas: Hillsborough county, City of Tampa, Brandon, Seffner, Lutz, Wesley Chapel

Website: https://www.courteouscanine.com


Maddie Speirs

Growing up, I took every opportunity to work with animals that I could find. I volunteered at shelters, worked to ride at the barn, and got my first real job as a doggy daycare attendant in high school. When I got to college, where I chose to dual major in Animal and Environmental Studies, I joined a wildlife rescue team and have saved seabirds, birds of prey, squirrels, possums, and more.

On a camping trip during my sophomore year of college, I found a dog who had been dumped on the side of the road. Knowing I couldn't leave her there, I took her in, and when I couldn't find her owner or a willing home, I decided to keep her. That dog threw me into the world of dog training, and I never looked back. Both of the dogs that I have shared my life with have come to me with significant behavioral issues, so I have developed plenty of empathy for dog guardians who are struggling with their dog.

I know how hard it can be to share your life with a dog who is having a hard time, and I am excited to make life easier for both you and your dog! I am a certified SA Pro, so if your dog struggles with alone time or being separated from 'their person' I am here to help! Helping dogs and their people through separation anxiety and similar behaviors is a passion of mine because comfortable alone time is often such a relief for both the humans and the dogs.

Because I know how hard life can be with difficult dogs, I am also really passionate about working with dogs through puppyhood and adolescence to create stable and resilient adult dogs. I have become a firm believer in positive reinforcement and consent based training. I want the dogs that I work with to be enthusiastic and unafraid learners who feel comfortable showing me how they really feel. I am a lifelong learner, and I am dedicated to continuing my education, and staying up to date on the most humane and effective ways to train. I’m

Certifications: SAPT

Services include:

  • In home training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Off leash training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: Adventure dog classes, basic manners, separation anxiety training, puppy socialization and off leash training

Behavioral issue focus: I am certified in separation anxiety training and I love working with difficult puppies and young dogs to create long lasting foundations for life as a resilient and stable adult dog.

Training methods: We start with a behavior consultation to gain a holistic understanding of our client's needs and form a personalized training plan that will be effective and achievable. Each dog is giving a holistic training plan that encompasses mental and physical health by addressing sleep, feeding, exercise and more. Training goals often include settling and socialization for young dogs, and gradual desensitization to alone time for my separation anxiety dogs.

Why I became a dog trainer: I love working with people and I really love working with animals. My learning journey with my own two difficult dogs really opened my mind to dog training as a career, and I have been pursuing it since.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: I love that I have the chance to improve people's lives with their dogs, and it brings me joy to know that the people who I work with enjoy their dogs more after our time together, and the dogs I work with enjoy their people more as well.

My #1 dog training tip: Focus on the skills that really make a difference in your life with your dog, and forget about the rest.

Service areas: Saint Petersburg, FL

Website: https://pawsitivefutures.com


Amanda Lunsford

Amanda grew up in Minnesota and moved to Florida in 2016. Since she was young, she has been passionate about animal behavior. Before opening her business in 2019, she worked in commercial sales and management positions. In 2019 Amanda opened up her business to pursue her lifelong dream of helping humans and dogs live happy lives together. More about her credentials and qualifications are below.

Throughout the years of helping pet dogs and their guardians, Amanda has invested thousands into her education to be able to provide the community options that fit within their resources available. Amanda is an advocate for kind, fair, and clear communication with animals. Animals and humans should work together as a team, as well as constantly learn more about each other.

Certifications: Certified Behavior Consultant Canine – Knowledge Assessed (CBCC-KA), CPDT-KA, Canine Good Citizen (AKC CGC) Evaluator (S. T. A. R. Puppy and various CGC Community Programs)

Training methods: Amanda relies on science-based training methods to address the reason for the animal's behavior. First, Amanda identifies the stressors that cause the behavior problems, then builds a training plan simple enough for the humans to comfortably incorporate into their daily lives. She believes dog training should be a fun and enjoyable experience for everyone involved. Similarly, she does not believe in heavy use of punishment or fear-based training methods.

Website: https://www.rufftoreadydogtraining.com/


Sandra Machado

Sandra Machado was born in New York and raised in Brazil. There, her gift for communicating with dogs began with her work in the rescue of stray dogs. After obtaining an Associate Degree in Psychology and an International Business Bachelors Degree, she pursued a career in the corporate arena, where she had the opportunity to travel the world. Traveling exposed her to different cultures and their relationships with animals, dogs in particular. This led Sandra to follow her heart and work with dogs professionally.

Sandra is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer with the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT), and a licensed Victoria Stilwell Positively Dog Trainer (VSPDT), whose renowned positive reinforcement methods entered public attention through the show 'It's Me or The Dog' on Animal Planet. As part of Stilwell's hand selected team by Victoria herself, Sandra became a member of a global network of world-class positive reinforcement trainers. Sandra is also a graduate of the Animal Behavior College, a Certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator for the AKC, a Certified Trick Dog Instructor, a member of the Doggone Safe program (an organization promoting safe relationships between children and dogs), a member of the Association of Force-Free Pet Professionals (PPG, Pet Professional Guild), a member of the Association of Professional Pet Dog Trainers, a member of the South Florida Force Free Trainers Network and is certified in Dog First Aid with the American Red Cross.

As important as certifications are when choosing a dog trainer, experience, science based methodology, and above all, love and concern for the well being of dogs are just as crucial. Her work as Head Trainer of a local dog training company for years led Sandra to open her own business, Learned Behaviors Dog Training, where she could broaden her scope of clients and apply her expertise in dealing with challenging cases following a fully humane, force-free concept.

Sandra enjoys working with children and easing the communication between children and dogs. Engaging children in training and making it fun for all involved helps the learning process and prevents future mishaps.

Having trained many different breeds from teacups with potty training problems to 135-lb Mastiffs with reactivity and aggressive issues, Sandra proves that no breed is too big or too difficult to be trained force-free and humanely. Sandra was mentored by Force Free Trainers and Behaviorists and have applied the techniques on her own challenging rescue, a Ridgeback Pit Bull mix, which only validated the concept that fear should not be confronted with intimidation and pain.

Love for all dogs come naturally to Sandra, but her real passion lies on dogs much like her own; dogs with a real need to be understood, dogs perceived to have aggression issues, dogs that fit in what is known as the 'bully breeds' category and dogs that do not fit at all.

It is important to note that force free and positive reinforcement do not mean lack of structural conduct or free rein of the house. Sandra believes that patience, structure, consistency, a little more patience and a lot of love are the key elements to a happy, well balanced and confident dog, and therefore a great family member. Sandra also believes that, every dog, no matter how well-behaved, needs training, which will strengthen the bond between pet and owner.

Certifications: Certified Professional Dog Trainer with the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT), and a licensed Victoria Stilwell Positively Dog Trainer (VSPDT)

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training

Service areas: MIAMI DADE, BROWARD AND PALM BEACH COUNTIES.

Website: https://www.learnedbehaviors.com/


Michelle MeGill

Recent transplant from Philly, PA and now working in South Florida! I'm so excited to expand my business and spread the word of the R+ community. My dog daughter Jolene (the Queen) is the reason I'm a trainer now. Here in Florida my goal is to grow my business, connect and hire incredible trainers and be another bold leader of compassionate + humane training.

Certifications: VSA-CDT

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training
  • Board and train
  • In home training
  • Protection/guard dog training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Service dog training
  • Herding training
  • Off leash training

Service areas: Fort Lauderdale

Website:  https://www.trainwiththunderdogz.com


Kathryn Chalfin

I currently own 2 Labrador Retrievers -JoJo and Jagger( both are 5 years old) I feel my dogs have trained me to be a better trainer! I love sharing my 20+ years of dog training knowledge with others.

Certifications: CGC Evaluator

Services include:

  • Reactive dog training
  • Off leash training

Service areas: Nokomis, Florida


Marni Bellavia

Love, connection, security and happiness are sentiments we humans crave. Animals eagerly and unconditionally step up and deliver these needs wholeheartedly and without any expectations or semblance of quid pro quo. Since founding HumaneK9 Dog Training my goal has always been to develop programs that curate a genuine relationship between owner and pet based on respect, trust, support and love.

My philosophy is relationship-based training, and I believe that coaching you and your dog is a journey and one that should be fun! Engagement with your dog and embracing the human-animal bond is crucial to building a sustaining, lifelong relationship with your dog. Dogs are social, thinking beings who deserve to be treated in a humane, fear-free, loving and respectful way.

In 1998 after surviving a major health crisis, I realized I couldn't go back to my 20-year corporate career and needed to fiercely pursue my lifelong passion of working with animals. As a child, I'd take in every stray animal in need that I encountered from dogs to squirrels to snakes. That calling to help animals led me to start volunteering at the Humane Society of Broward County (HSBC). The gig eventually evolved into a full-time position where I had the opportunity to work with and train a variety of dog breeds. I developed a structured animal assisted therapy program for the nonprofit, cultivated community connections and trained more than 1000+ volunteer therapy teams. In 2006, I decided to become a contractor for the HSBC and open my own dog training business. Since then, I have guided pet parents and their companion animals through positive training methods that have further enriched their lives.

With the experience, knowledge and conviction I've nurtured over the past two decades I created the Magical Canine Connections (MCC) Animal Assisted Therapy Program in honor of my beloved dog Karma. Karma was the first crisis dog onsite after the horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, 2018. I saw first-hand how impactful it was to have animals working side-by-side with First Responders during a crisis. Our Magical Canine Connections AAT Community Outreach Program has provided much needed comfort, joy and support to a wide variety of people.

Certifications:

American Kennel Club (AKC) Certified Evaluator
Animals in Disaster, Awareness and Preparation: Emergency Management Institute (FEMA)
Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT)
Dog Bite Safety Educator 'Doggone Safe
Fear Free Professional
Humane Education Professional
International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC)
Pet Professional Guild (PPG)
PetSaver Pet CPR, First Aid & Care
Psychological First Aid for First Responders Nova Southeastern University
Reiki Level 1 Practitioner
Shock Free Coalition

Services include:

  • Board and train
  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Off leash training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: As a certified American Kennel Club (AKC) Fit Dog Instructor, Temperament Test Evaluator and Title Recognition Program Evaluator, I conduct classes to prepare people and dogs for various AKC Family Dog Programs such as: AKC Star Puppy, Canine Good Citizen (CGC), Community Canine (CGCA), Urban CGC, CGC Ready for Shelter Dogs / Service Dogs, AKC Trick Dog, and AKC Therapy Dog Title Recognition Programs.
Classes:
All levels of Obedience and Puppy Training
AKC Family Dog Programs
Behavior Modification
Canine Fitness
Clicker Training
Competition and non-competition dog sports such as obedience, rally, agility, scent work, Frisbee, canine swimming, tricks, etc.
Cooperative care/Husbandry Training
Fear Free Vet Training
Focus Training
Heel with Me (leash walking)
Real World Training
Target Training
Therapy, Service and Crisis Dog Training

Behavioral issue focus: Jumping, Barking, low level reactivity, puppy issues, leash pulling, etc

Training methods: Consultations are given as needed based on the client's training concerns. Training plans are developed and executed being mindful of what the client wishes to achieve with their sessions. The dogs consent to the training is an integral part of the training process.

Why I became a dog trainer: To help people and dogs by coaching both ends of the leash by providing positive training methods that enhance the human-animal bond.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: Working with dogs of course! Seriously...it's bearing witness to the beautiful bond that is created between a pet parent and their dog through the process of communication/training.

My #1 dog training tip: Acquiring a dog is a lifetime commitment and training is part of that commitment.

Service areas: Broward County, Sunrise, Plantation, Weston, Davie, Southwest Ranches, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale

Website:  https://www.humanek9.com


Tracee Roberts

I began dog training as a hobby, attending obedience classes and working with private dog trainers in 1999. Later I earned a Canine Good Citizen certificate and a Pet Partners registration with my dog, Maddy, which allowed us to visit at a hospital for four years in animal therapy. I worked as a trainer at a dog daycare in their boarding kennels and trained informally in agility and flyball. I began offering private dog training professionally in 2013. I have built a successful business and earned many happy clients making dog training positive and effective for the whole family!

I have over two thousand hours training dogs and their people! I have worked with many breeds, all ages and all issues including fear and aggression. I am experienced in partnering with Veterinarians and Veterinary Behaviorists when needed to work on behavior modification plans. In my previous corporate career as a Human Resources Manager I gained much experience in training people and draw from that in my dog training. Outside of dog training I spent five years in search and rescue and was also certified as a volunteer firefighter. I have two adopted children and we enjoy going to the beach, reading, movies, studying Spanish as a second language, exploring around Jacksonville and Northeast Florida!

Certifications: Certified Professional Dog Trainer, CPDT-KA ~ Victoria Stilwell Academy Faculty Advisor & Mentor
Fear Free Certified Professional ~ Canine Good Citizen Evaluator, AKC
Best Dog Trainer, Jacksonville Magazine 2017

Services include:

  • In home training

Website: https://www.zoomeezdogtraining.com/


Gari Weinraub

As a child growing up on the outskirts of Manhattan, all I asked of my parents was to give me a small zoo of my own. I brought home every stray animal I could pick up and carry.
As a young adult, I was fortunate enough to work at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City as an assistant to the curators of Mammalogy.

But the west coast beckoned me and I moved to Washington State where I completed a B.A. in two disciplines; Ethology (Animal Behavior) and Photography from Western Washington University.

Upon graduation, I worked as an Assistant Zookeeper Aide for 15 years at Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, primarily with Asian Sun Bears and Sloth Bears. I also photographed several exhibits for display and many international presentations.

Pursuing a simultaneous career as a photographer, I have been published in several national magazines, books and newspapers and continue to photograph today, specializing in pets. See some of my work here.

Becoming a certified dog trainer and canine behavior consultant was a natural progression and I attended the highly acclaimed, licensed and prestigious Northwest School of Canine Studies, obtaining a certificate in Canine Studies (CCS) as a Behavior Consultant.

Since 2007, I have been helping dogs and their companions on both coasts, Washington State and now as a permanent resident in South Florida.

I have helped hundreds of dogs and their humans to achieve a harmonious balance where once there was none and have many satisfied clients from all walks of life, including well known celebrities, athletes, high profile entrepreneurs and CEO's as well as retirees, working families, single men and women on a budget.

My education is ongoing through seminars with highly acclaimed internationally known behaviorists in canine science. This field continues to expand with exciting new data in canine behavioral science and I am always eager to learn and apply modern techniques to my training skills. My love and appreciation for dogs grows and their astounding intelligence and abilities to communicate with us never ceases to amaze me.

The methods I believe in and use with excellent results are SAFE, long lasting and do not cause physical or emotional pain or intimidation. I begin by building a strong foundation of mutual understanding and cooperation through teaching and reinforcing desired behaviors, even with the most aggressive dogs. I create a safe environment so dogs can excel at learning in order to achieve maximum success.

My philosophy in teaching dogs and their human companions is simple: create an atmosphere that is conducive to learning, make it fun, reward it well, be patient.

I look forward to helping you and your canine companions. Please contact me today so we can work together to achieve your goals.

Certifications: Certification in Canine Studies
Canine Behavior Consultant/
Obedience Instructor

Services include:

  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: Obedience

Service areas: Parkland, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Lantana, Lake Worth, Greenacres, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Royal Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Wellington

Website: https://www.180dog.com/


Brady Foster

Founder Brady Foster began his passion for learning and working with K-9's while serving time overseas in the Marine Corps. During operations in Iraq, Brady saw the unique and skillful way K-9's were able to aid the troops overseas by detecting explosives, enemy insurgents while simultaneously saving lives. It then became clear to him that dogs really are a man's best friend!

After coming home and completing his bachelor's degree at Rutgers University, Brady continued to train and learn from many trainers in many different areas. Prior to owning his own business, Brady's career was spent working as an executive protection agent in Philadelphia, PA. During this time, Brady got a puppy, Gunner, who he fully trained himself to gain valuable experience both as a handler and a trainer. From there he took a risk, quit his full time job, and went for his dream. Today, his dream is a reality by owning and opening K9 Gunner Tactical.

Services include:

  • Puppy training

Service areas: Boca Raton, FL

Website: https://www.k9gunnertactical.com/


Jenna and Yesmin Ivey and Feliciano

Bring a little MAGIC into your dog's life!
Mythic Bones takes pride in providing your dog's greatest adventure. Check out our Doggie Daycare, Boarding, In-Home Training and Board & Train Services!

Certifications: CPDT-KA

Services include:

  • Board and train
  • In home training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training

More info about service provided: Doggie Daycare, Boarding, In-Home Training and Board & Train! Basic Training, Puppy Training, Potty Training, Mild Reactivity, Training in Public Places

Behavioral issue focus: Socialization is our specialty! We love to help dogs learn to be comfortable and confident in their own fur. Basic training in new environments and with new dogs and people helps our dog to not only excel in their social skills, but build their training in the presence of distractions as well! Our main goal is to help humans and dogs build their relationship into something MAGICAL!

Training methods: We utilize positive reinforcement and welfare-based training techniques. All training services come with a demo at the end to ensure that all parties are on the same page in regards to training and practice! Our goal is always to help both our client and their dog to live their best life together. We are available post-training for additional questions or concerns to ensure success!

Why I became a dog trainer: We became trainers because we love dogs - we continued training because we want to see them succeed!

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: The 'ah-ha!' moment your dog experiences when they figure out what you're trying to ask them‚ that look in their eyes is indescribable. The joy that follows is magical.

My #1 dog training tip:

Service areas: Tampa, Ybor City, Brandon, Riverview, Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Wimauma

Website: https://www.MythicBones.com


Sally Gordon

I've been training dogs since 2007 and showing my own dogs in obedience and agility since before then.

Services include:

  • Aggressive dog training
  • In home training
  • Deaf dog training
  • Reactive dog training
  • Puppy training
  • Agility training

More info about service provided: I provide private lessons in basic to advance obedience, behavioral training and group classes. Also teach agility in private lessons and group classes. All taught in a positive reinforcement way. AKC CGC & trick dog evaluator.

Behavioral issue focus: Behavioral training includes fear, anxiety and reactive dog issues. All taught in a positive reinforcement way.

Training methods: I train all dogs in a positive reinforcement way. Teach dogs what behaviors we want them to continue by rewarding them for it. The goal is to build up a amazing reward history for these wanted behaviors and for them to want to listen to us.

Why I became a dog trainer: I became a dog training because I loved training my dogs, family and friends' dogs. I started volunteering at a local dog training club teaching basic obedience, ralley and competition obedience and expanded from there. I was also working at a veterinary hospital and would see clients in a regular basis needing help with their dogs.

My favorite part of being a dog trainer: I love helping clients train their dogs. When they finally connect and bond wether from finally getting their dog to sit with distractions or seeing their reactive dog watch a person walk by.

My #1 dog training tip: Don't take the little things for granted.

Service areas: Edgewater, Mims, titusville, cocoa, merritt island

Website: https://abchappydog.com


Sniffspot Florida Top Trainer Frequently Asked Questions

How are Florida dog trainers selected for this list?

These are the top dog trainers in Florida as selected by broad voting from the Sniffspot community and the general public. These trainers are expert dog trainers, who received votes from their delighted customers, due to their excellent dedication to customer service, excellent results and general care they exhibit for their clients. Many have worked with thousands of dogs and are highly experienced trainers.

How can I get in touch with dog trainers?

Each of the trainer profiles contains a link to their website. You can click through to their website where you can find more contact information.

Are these Florida dog trainers certified professionals?

Dog training is not regulated at the federal or state level, so there is no standard dog training certification and professional trainers are not required to be certified. However, certifications are important to show that a professional dog trainer has a standard of expertise to help train your dog. Each trainer’s certifications are listed on their profile.

What are the top certifications for Dog Trainers in Florida?

Some of the top certifications in the dog training industry are CPDT- KA, IAABC, Karen Pryor Academy - KPA certification, Jean Donaldson's Academy - CTC certification and Fear Free Certification. You can review the dog trainer certifications for each specific dog trainer on their profile on this page.

What methods are used in the dog training sessions?

There are many methods for teaching dogs and a lot of disagreement about the correct training approach. All of the Florida trainers included on this list use positive reinforcement training only, as defined by no force, fear, intimidation, or aversive methods used. This includes not using any specifically aversive approach to training or training aid, such as a prong or electronic dog training collar (also called remote dog training collar or shock collars). As for specific training programs and specialties, such as day training / doggie daycare or obedience training, you can see more information in each trainer’s profile.

Are dog training lessons in a training facility or are virtual options available?

Some dog trainers operate exclusively from a training facility, some do house calls and some offer video calls or other virtual options. There are pros and cons to each option and the most efficient behavioral training option depends on specific circumstances, for instance, what hours work best for you. A training center or training ranch can be a good option if your training plan requires facilities, training equipment or dedicated space. We recommend reaching out to the specific trainer you are interested in or browsing their website for more information.

Are dog training lessons private or in a group setting?

Every different circumstance of dog and owners may require a different setting, whether it’s housebreaking issues, anxiety issues, lack of proper socialization, food aggression or just bad habits. Each trainer has different offerings as far as whether they can offer clients a private training session or a group class. Trainers provide information about their private class and group class offerings in their profiles and you can browse their website for more information as well. It may make sense for your specific circumstance to reach out to the trainer to ask if they recommend group or private dog training classes. Some trainers also have a team of specialists that can provide even higher levels of service, or provide specialized sessions, such as pack walks.

How much does dog training in Florida cost?

Florida dog trainers have a wide range of costs for different services and phases of training. For instance behavioral modification that involves boarding is often more expensive than day training, and private lessons are generally more expensive than group lessons. Prices can also vary depending on specific behavioral issues. Lastly, some trainers have more overhead than others, We recommend first picking a trainer that provides the services that you are looking for, then reaching out to them to get up to date pricing.

Is training a dog good for the dog?

Yes! Training has many benefits for dogs. Whether with basic training skills or complex training techniques, going through behavior training with your dog can improve the bond that you share with them. Also, training can do a lot to improve the level of confidence enabling of a dog (and it can also help with building customer confidence!). Rather than being about exerting maximum control over them, it gives them more certainty that they understand how the world around them works. For instance, crate training can help a dog feel safe and at home in a crate vs fearful and uncertain. Dog training can teach important skills, such as leash control, potty training or a general level of obedience skills. And lastly, it’s just fun for the dog to learn life skills and for their family. Training can be very stimulating and enriching for a dog and serve them throughout their entire healthy life!

Can an aggressive dog be trained?

Yes! Any dog behavior can be worked on through training and coaching. Aggression in dogs is a serious issue, but it is also a term that is used very broadly. Many dogs that are thought to be aggressive are actually reactive, which is a different behavior altogether. A trainer can help you interpret signs of aggression, such as excessive barking, fear aggression and leash aggression, and type of aggression. If you believe you have a dog with aggressive behaviors, we recommend reaching out to one of your local top trainers to get their diagnosis and advice.

I am a Florida dog trainer. How can I get listed here?

As long as you have a training facility or do in person training in Florida you can be considered for this list. We update this list once per year, normally starting in January. Make sure to keep an eye on our social media and sign up for email updates with Sniffspot in order to be in the loop on the next round of nominations.

How much do dog trainers make in Florida?

Dog trainer earnings vary widely depending on many factors, such as whether a dog trainer is an employee or owns their own full-service professional dog training business. According to ZipRecruiter, the average dog trainer salary in Florida was $27,527 per year and $13.23 per hour. It is impossible to say how much a dog trainer can earn with a full-service professional dog training company, because the size and profitability of companies can vary widely.


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