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Dog Training in Bismarck, ND
1.Triad Dog Training
1211 W Century Ave
Pet StoresPet ServicesPet FoodPet Training
PetSmart is the world’s largest pet supply and service retailer, offering over 10,000 products in each store to meet all of your pet’s needs. Services include grooming, dog training, cat and dog boarding, and Doggie Day Camp. PetSmart also offers a varied selection of animals for sale and adoption such as dogs, cats, birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, and several breeds of small animals like guinea pigs, chinchillas, gerbils, hamsters and mice. Visit your Bismarck PetSmart today!
3.Positive Motivational Obedience Instruction
5101 Highland Rd
Dog TrainingPet TrainingPet Services
Dog TrainingPet Training
Learn the skills you need to be a Dog Obedience Trainer/Instructor with Penn Foster Career School. Penn Foster is one of the oldest and largest accredited schools of online education, and we give you the support you need while you learn online and at your own pace. If you want to teach pet owners the art of handling their animals, prepare dogs for security or law-enforcement work, work for an established training center, or even start your own business, the Dog Obedience Trainer/Instructor Program from Penn Foster Career School is for you. Learn valuable skills with these courses: How Dogs Learn Commands Training through Play Dog Breeds Search and Rescue Training The Dog Training Business and much more Enroll in the Penn Foster Dog Obedience Trainer/Instructor Program to start a rewarding, moneymaking career. Call Penn Foster today; it's affordable, self-paced and career-focused, and you can begin your studies immediately.
5.Tom Ness' Oahe Kennels
6400 158th St SE
Pet TrainingPet Sitting & Exercising ServicesPet Boarding & KennelsDog Training
Established in 1984, Oahe Kennels is located in Menoken, North Dakota and owned and operated by Tom Ness. In the mid seventies, Tom begin training hunting dogs after he purchased his first field bred English Springer Spaniel named Fanny. Soon after, Tom graduated from the University of North Dakota and moved to Wyoming. Tom, having been bitten by the dog training bug, became involved in Spaniel Field Trials in Wyoming and Colorado. He started training professionally in the early 1980's while living in Colorado. In 1984, Tom moved his family back to North Dakota and established Oahe Kennels. After recovering from a near fatal hunting accident, Tom bought a farm south of Menoken, North Dakota in 1994 and began training dogs and guiding fulltime. Oahe Kennels has trained hundreds of gundogs of all breeds, specializing in Spaniels and Retrievers. Oahe Kennels has cocker, springer and lab puppies as well as started and trained dogs available. All the dogs in our breeding program are selected for temperment, soundness, natural retrieving ability and drive. In addition to being excellent hunting dogs, Oahe dogs are also great household pets. Oahe Kennels offers beginning, intermediate and advanced field trial and gundog training. Our philosophy is to thoroughly teach the dogs a few simple commands and then be insistent, never harsh or cruel. We usually like to begin with a ten to twelve month old dog and have it for three to five months. After the first few weeks the owners are encouraged to join Tom in training and learn to be good dog handlers. We train the beginning and intermediate dogs on pigeons and some wild game as well as liberated quail. Advanced dogs are trained using pigeons and pheasants, chuckars or ducks.
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