|Barked: Tue May 21, '13 7:32pm PST |
|Yep, definitely want to get a feel for the trainer first and understand their methodology before you commit to payment.
My favorite local trainer, massively experienced and one of the few people I would spend money to bring into my home to work with my dogs, charges $75 an hour and usually does her consults for free (only charges for long distances).
Some of the local yokels who I wouldn't trust as far as I could throw charge upward into the $150+ an hour rang, which is pretty extreme to begin with, let alone for the sub-standard services they offer.
Just be careful with who you pick!
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