Dog Trainer Job Description
dog trainer job description includes a detailed overview of the key requirements, duties, responsibilities, and skills for this role.
Dog Trainer Job Description
A dog trainer is someone who trains dogs.
A dog trainer is a professional who works primarily with dogs.
Dog trainers use a combination of positive, reward-based methods, and punishment-based methods to train dogs.
A dog trainer may cope with behavior problems by teaching the dog how to do something, for example, toilet outside.
A dog trainer may also use training methods, including shock collars, which use controlled electrical shocks to discourage unwanted behaviors, or electronic collars, which send mild electrical stimuli to stimulate dogs.
We’re looking for a Dog Trainer to help us train our dog. The Trainer must be experienced and able to help us train our dog to be a well-behaved dog.
Dog Trainer Duties:
- Train dogs, focusing on the positive reinforcement of good behaviors
- Instruct owners about proper pet behavior
- Monitor and develop training programs for puppy and adult dogs
- Provide professional dog training services to clients
- Develop new positive training methods
- Perform all duties necessary to provide a safe, healthy, and fun environment for the dogs
Dog Trainer Responsibilities:
- Interact with dogs to establish rapport, build obedience, and lead them when they are off leash
- Work with owners to establish training goals and routines, and develop a plan that best fits their individual needs and lifestyle
- Develop individual programs for puppies and adult dogs, including housebreaking, sit, stand, stay, come, down, leash walking, off-leash walking, and recalls
- Design customized training plans for dogs with behavioral issues, including aggression, anxiety, separation anxiety, and resource guarding
- Train dogs in basic manners, avoidances, and socialization
- Perform on leash and off-leash obedience training; teach new dog commands
- Maintain current knowledge on dog behaviors and industry trends
Requirements And Skills:
- Bachelor’s degree in dog behavior, animal science, or related field
- 1+ years experience in dog training and behavior modification
- Excellent communication skills
- Knowledge of all dog breeds and their behavioral traits
- Knowledge of dog training and behavior chains
- Excellent training skills
At [Company Name], we believe that diversity and inclusion are key to success. We are committed to building a team that is reflective of our diverse society, and we encourage applications from all groups. We are especially interested in hearing from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders, and ages, as well as veterans and individuals with disabilities.