Yesterday, I interviewed dog trainer and author, Carol Lea Benjamin discussing her Invisible Disability Service Dog Training - which is going to be on our.....DRUM ROLL PLEASE... NEW WEBSITE!! It's been a long time coming, we've put in a lot of hard work to make it happen and we're totally stoked and excited about it. It's different than what you're used to, but it's the DTC … [Read more...] about The Cat is Out of the Bag!
DTC to a Salsa Beat!
DTC Celebrated the Holidays to the Tune of a Salsa Beat! While the rain kept some folks away last night - a group of intrepid dog trainers + 2 missing from the picture came out to celebrate the Holidays with DTC! We had a blast talking dogs and dog training with Café Nunez providing a 60’s disco vibe to the tune of a Latin Salsa beat! The restaurant owner kept his word … [Read more...] about DTC to a Salsa Beat!
Gaining More Sales (Part 3) – Highlight your Success!
Gaining more sales as a Dog Trainer by creating a business development SYSTEM By Malla Haridat Did you enjoy the earlier article on identifying your unique selling point and drafting a one year marketing plan? I hope you took the time to work on some of these areas as you can save time in the long run and build a more regular basis of clients by … [Read more...] about Gaining More Sales (Part 3) – Highlight your Success!
Gaining more sales (Part 2) – Designing your Marketing
Gaining more sales as a Dog Trainer by creating a business development SYSTEM by Malla Haridat Did you enjoy the first article on the “Business of Your Business” for Dog Trainers? I hope so! Feel free to share feedback and thoughts about the first exercise where you worked on identifying what makes your dog training business unique. That was the final deal closer when I … [Read more...] about Gaining more sales (Part 2) – Designing your Marketing
Gaining more sales (Part 1) Your Unique Selling Point
Gaining more sales as a Dog Trainer by creating a business development SYSTEM by Malla Haridat If you are a dog trainer and looking for a better method to find, secure and maintain clients, I’ve got some great ideas for you. Rather than spinning your wheels always searching for new clients, my recommendation is to spend some time planning for your sales and create a system … [Read more...] about Gaining more sales (Part 1) Your Unique Selling Point
Way to Go! – DTC Trainers
WOW! We're impressed with the accomplishments, goals and comments from DTC trainers letting us know what they've been up to. DTC is very excited to share them with you! Julie Lowrey Garner is looking for a trainer she can assist in the Paris, Texas area and April Du Plantier needs some advice on her Facebook Business page. Can anyone help them … [Read more...] about Way to Go! – DTC Trainers
The Best Place to Board Your Dog – Second Part
Interview with Dale Ketcham How to tell if a dog will fit in with other dogs during a meet-and-greet A Holistic Approach to Dog Boarding DTC: In the First Part of our interview you talked about finding the best place to board your dog. When someone brings their dog to check out your place, how do you tell if the dog will be stressed in a “pack” situation as you often have … [Read more...] about The Best Place to Board Your Dog – Second Part
The Best Place to Board Your Dog – First Part
Interview with Dale Ketcham Dale Ketcham, owner of We Board Labs in Huntington, Long Island, NY, (https://www.weboardlabs.com/) has worked with dogs for many years including volunteering to raise dogs for the Guide Dog Foundation, and she was certified as a positive reinforcement trainer through PetSmart. Nine years ago, she started her boarding business with an environment … [Read more...] about The Best Place to Board Your Dog – First Part
Training the Three-Year-Old-Puppy
TRAINING THE THREE-YEAR-OLD PUPPY By Sidney Mihls This is an accurate title, because this is what you'll be doing if you've adopted a retired Greyhound. Before I continue, you should know something about me. I'm a dog training instructor, which means I teach people to train their dogs. I've been doing this since 1975, and have specialized in retired Greyhounds since … [Read more...] about Training the Three-Year-Old-Puppy
A few months ago I put dog training on hold to focus all my energies and time on Dog Trainers’ Connection (my other passion). That changed when I got a call from a woman who was looking to train her year old dog. She wanted the training that I truly love - basic obedience, long-line recalls, tricks and training games. It’s been such fun working with her! The … [Read more...] about Referral