Train together with your dog in a small group class. Classes are $150 each for 6 weeks of instruction ($10 off for dogs adopted from the animal shelter, humane society, or a rescue group).
Does your dog need to learn how to behave, greet people politely, and walk nicely on a leash? Did you just adopt a dog or puppy and need help with house training? We can help!
Therapy dogs help people feel better while they're in the hospital, sit with children learning to read, and provide comfort to the elderly at retirement homes. Click below to learn more.
Service dogs provide assistance to people with medical issues. We teach dogs to help you with your anxiety and/or PTSD. Learn more about service dog training by clicking the red button below.
Get your dog certified by the AKC as a Canine Good Citizen! Have fun with your dog and earn Trick Dog Titles!
Emotional Support Animals, or ESAs, are pets that provide comfort to their owner. While they don't have public access rights like service dogs, they do have housing rights. We evaluate dogs to assess their suitability for this important job.
What qualifications do I need for my service dog or ESA? What is the difference between a therapy dog and service dog? Why doesn't a service dog get certified? Get all your questions answered here!
If you need help with your pup, put these folks on your speed dial. Excellent service with marvelous results. Michelle Dunlap helped me with our 125-pound Rhodesian ridgeback and that was no small feat! - Christine Zamora
Need personalized dog training in Gainesville? Look no further for rescues, champions, and service dogs! Michelle has your family covered. She found and helped my dog, Brahma. - S. Young, Army Veteran
Michelle evaluated and picked my dog, Wendy, from a group of rescued dogs. We meet regularly for service dog training through Pets and Patriots Foundation. Wendy is the best dog I've ever had. She helps me every day and I can't imagine life without her. - F. Wilcox, Army Veteran
Michelle was a great help when we needed to get tips on how to introduce dogs to each other. At West End Animal Hospital, we frequently help people let their current dogs meet potential new adoptees, as well as help them learn to meet new dogs at dog park and events. Michelle gave us excellent advice on how to help our clients. We learned that a lot of what we thought we knew was wrong, and the right way makes things a lot easier. - Dr. Cottrell
I highly recommend Michelle! She works so good with my dogs, they just love her! She has such great methods that work so well with my dogs. I go to her anytime I need additional help, even if it's more for my help than my dogs! - Alison Kinney
Michelle Dunlap is experienced, patient, and a great dog trainer! - Susie Keel
Feel free to contact us to discuss how we can help you solve your dog's behavior challenges.
4131 NW 13th Street Suite 104 Gainesville, FL 32609
(352) 222-2017 Please note - Office hours are by appointment only.
Call or email today to learn how we can positively change your dog's behavior in as little as one hour.