The IMDT For Today's Dog Trainers & Behaviourists
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If you are having trouble with your dog, search for a Behaviourist. If you want general training, search for a Trainer.
Qualified and Accredited IMDT Trainers can be found in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Lithuania, Lanzarote, Cyprus, Australia, Canada.....
Why Use An IMDT Qualified Dog Trainer?
ALL IMDT Trainers listed here have undergone a rigorous Assessment process to meet the high standards expected of any IMDT member.
Dog Owners have long understood the importance of using not only a highly trained and experienced Dog Trainer, but also a Trainer that adheres to a Strict Code of Ethics to ensure both Owner’s and Dog’s training needs and met and exceeded in a positive and effective way.
IMDT Members are practically Assessed on both their Dog and People training skills.
That's what Owners get from an IMDT Qualified Trainer, peace of mind that the IMDT logo is a kite-mark of quality, knowledge and understanding.
ALL IMDT Members have undergone a rigorous, practical assessment process to ensure they can deliver quality in four major areas of dog training:
Each year all IMDT Trainers provide evidence that Continual Professional Development (CPD) is regularly maintained and expanded.
Should any queries arise from Dog Owners regarding an IMDT Trainer, we have in place a comprehensive enquiry procedure developed to maintain the highest possible professional standards expected of each IMDT Member.
By booking an IMDT Member, you are booking a Trainer that has chosen to be put through an Assessment process second to none within the professional dog training and behaviour arena.
To find your local IMDT Qualified Dog Trainer, click here.
Why Use An IMDTB Qualified Behaviourist?
All Behaviourists listed on this directory have qualified by successfully completing the externally verified 12 month Level 5 course 'Working With Canine Behaviour - Analysis and Application', demonstrating a knowledge base to be able to assist with aggression, separation anxiety, resource guarding and other canine behavioural issues