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Mike Preis Dog Training

246 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205, USA


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You can try emailing or filling out the inquiry page at mikepreisdogtraining.com for quick response. Michael Preis has been training dogs for almost 10 years and has been a CPDT-KA dog trainer (Certified by the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers) since 2016.

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5 October 2020

Mike is a patient and kind person. I've never met anyone who has more of an instant personal connection to animals in my life. I wholeheartedly recommend Mike's services. More...

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4 October 2020

Mike and his brother Matt, were apart of my pet family for nearly 20years, helping raise, train and loving my 3 dogs over this span. If I still lived in Brooklyn, he would be involved on our 4 th generation of doggie loving. It’s not just training, it’s love he’s sharing. 👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾 More...

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I enjoy seeing the relationship between dogs and their people improve with each session. Working with dogs is fun and helping people and their dogs have more fun together is awesome!

I enjoy teaching dog training and love working with dogs!

What sets me apart from many of the other trainers is my many years of dog walking coupled with having studied under some amazing Pat Miller certified trainers. They really put in the extra effort to help me develop as a dog trainer during my early years working towards my CPDT-KA. I have a lot more one on one experience with different breeds, sizes, and temperaments of dogs over so many years than many other trainers. I am extremely patient and I enjoy teaching people. I am very easy going and the sessions are a lot of fun!

I am offering remote sessions and, though in person is ideal, I have found that remote sessions can still be really effective for teaching dog training to clients. The sessions are usually done via Zoom or FaceTime.

I am offering either remote sessions over video chat or for in person sessions I am only meeting out doors wearing masks and maintaining social distance. I am currently not doing in home sessions.