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First time looking for a Dog Trainer and not sure where to start? Let us do the legwork for you. Tell us about your project and we’ll send you a list of the top Dog Trainers in Kent to review. Whether you’re looking for quotes or you want to speak to some local professionals, we’ll connect you with the best Dog Trainers for the job. 

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Find the ideal Dog Trainer for you

Find the perfect dog trainer for your pup. Whether you’re wanting to house-train your puppy or get your four-legged companion to learn some new tricks and skills. Simply tell us what you’re looking for, and we’ll find the dog trainer for you. At Bark, we will put you in touch with professionals directly.


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Finding the best service means that you’ve got to see what’s available. Once we know the type of service that you want, we can give you the best quotes from professional dog trainers across Kent. Then it’s up to you to decide. We can keep you updated with notifications to let you know when a new quote comes in, or you can review them in your own time.


Pick your perfect Dog Trainer

You’ve let us know the type of service that you’re after and reviewed quotes from the experts. Now it’s time to decide on a dog trainer. Check out your list of tailored quotes and look at service reviews from other dog owners to inform your decision. With our clear and insightful reviews, you’re guaranteed to be selecting from trusted dog trainers across Kent.

The average price of Dog Trainers in Kent is £170

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Tailored training

Selecting the right trainer for your dog is all down to knowing what you want from your service. Teaching a new puppy some basics like toilet training is very different from dog agility courses. You’ll want to know that your pup is receiving the specialised training that suits them. With plenty of dog and puppy training courses and classes across Kent to choose from, it couldn’t be easier to find your perfect trainer.

Making new friends

Just like us, dogs are social creatures. By joining one of the dog training schools here in Kent, you and your pup can make some new friends while taking part in enjoyable classes and courses. With a range of options to pick from, you can be confident that you’ll find the best option for you and your dog with Bark.

Kentish canines

Here in Kent, we quite like our canine friends. With professional dog training, you can take your dog out to explore the best that Kent has to offer, knowing that they’ll be on their best behaviour. From the sandy beaches of Broadstairs to a Charles Dickens walk in Higham. Whether it’s showing off a new trick in your local park or socialising with friends in a dog-friendly pub – you’ll be able to put your dog’s training to good use.

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Kentish Kanines

Kentish Kanines specialises in providing a personal, down-to-earth dog training service tailored to each dog. From basic skills to advanced classes, they offer a range of lessons and courses to suit every owner and their favourite pup.

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Why did you want to become a dog trainer?

As a child, I loved exploring the Kent countryside with our dogs. As a farming family, all of our dogs had to be well-behaved, so I grew up seeing how useful it can be to train your dog. Having an obedient dog can make a huge difference, particularly when you’re out and about. With everyone leading such busy lives, it can be difficult to train your new dog while juggling work and family life. So I thought I'd learn how to pass on my experience of training and working with dogs through becoming a dog trainer.

What’s the best part of being a dog trainer?

Dogs love meeting new people, whether they come on two legs or four. Often, families may only have one dog, so they miss out on interacting with other dogs on a regular basis. What I love about my job is that I can see all the dogs who come to my school really enjoying each class. They get to make some friends while learning new skills. To them, the classes feel like fun, so they’re more likely to learn from them. It’s so rewarding seeing the enjoyment that they get out of it, as well as seeing that the owners are impressed by their dog’s progress.

What’s your favourite type of dog training to teach?

Everyone loves puppies, and I love my puppy training classes. It’s great to see them learning basic skills and finding their feet. I also enjoy teaching the more advanced, technical classes, such as protection or gun dog training. These take much more discipline to teach because the dogs have to be able to react correctly to very specific commands. But that makes it all the more worthwhile when my pupils perfect these skills.

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