Doggonit

Northfield, NH 03276
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(603) 729-3669
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Voted #1 Trainer in NH

Welcome to DOGGONIT Training

Welcome to Doggonit Training! If you have been looking for a qualified dog trainer and behavior consultant to help with your dog's behavioral needs, you have come to the right place! Doggonit Training specialize in both serious behavioral modification as well as basic obedience. Offering group obedience classes as well as one on one private consultations for any breed, sex, size, or age we will work as a team to help improve your dog's behavior.

During your private consultation you will receive highly personalized one on one lessons without any distractions, I will be able to evaluate your situation, and suggest a training plan that is customized for you and your dog. Lesson times will be at your home and on your schedule and most importantly you will get all your questions answered.

By developing clear communication we will modify your dog's behavior using modern, postive, and realistic approaches. Not only will you have a better behaved dog, but your bond will be stronger than ever.

So whether you are getting a new puppy and just don't know where to start or you are having trouble with your current dog I am here to help! It's easy to get started, just visit my contact page.

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Testimonials

"As a veterinarian, I routinely see dogs with behavior issues. Kelly is the first person I recommend when my clients ask for help, and she's the first person I call when I want to further my understanding of behavior or have questions. She's an invaluable resource for me. When I first met Kelly around 3 years ago I was looking for a behaviorist to help my mom with her fearful and dog aggressive Airedale. Kelly's knowledge, patience, understanding, commitment, and communication with both the dog and my mom was impressive right from the start, and her love for her job and desire to help was obvious. Together Kelly has helped my mom and her dog make huge strides. They were in a bad place when they first met Kelly as the Bailie was housebound because she could not cope with even seeing another dog. However my mom never felt judged, and always felt supported by Kelly, and today Bailie not only just tolerates other dogs, but has learned to use communication signals and even has a few doggy friends!"

- Sarah, Karen, and Bailie