Dog Training North Dakota

For those of you living in North Dakota and looking for professional training for your German Shepherd, we’ve put together a list of professional dog trainers in your state.

This list is by no means comprehensive, but it will definitely give you a good place to start as you look for a good trainer for you and your dog. And don’t miss our article from certified trainer Kevin Duggan on what to look for in a dog trainer.


[If you are a dog trainer or operate a training facility in the state of North Dakota and would like to have your business added to this list, please don’t hesitate to contact us.]

Trainer / Training FacilityDescription
Stay & Play Pet Resort
7254 South Washington Street
Grand Forks ND 58201
Phone: 701-775-7020
Stay & Play Pet Resort is not your ordinary kennel. In fact we’re not a kennel at all. We’re a recreational haven for pets. In addition to having one of the most spacious and modern facilities in the Red River Valley we employ a professional staff that deeply cares for animals. We treat each one of our guests as one of our own providing them with exercise love and protection.
Action Agility Dog Training Club
1714 9th St SW
Minot ND 58701
Phone: 701-852-4722
Action Agility started in 1999 as a small group of people trying to involve their pets in their daily activities. Since then Action Agility has become a non profit organization with over 30 members. We all share an interest in the well being and activities of our dogs.
Fargo-Moorhead Kennel Club Inc
1401 5th Ave N
Fargo ND 58102
Phone: (701) 232-7693
The FMKC holds AKC Obedience Rally and Agility Trials and All Breed Shows. This club offers Agility and Obedience /Rally and Conformation Classes. Our club activities are held in Expo Building at the Red River Fair Grounds West Fargo ND
Wag N Train
1662 15th Avenue NE
Grand Forks ND 58201
Phone: 701-746-9331
At Wag-N-Train we believe it is not just our job but our good fortune and privilege to be entrusted with the care and well being of your four-legged companions during your absence -- no matter how short or long. Your pets will enjoy the benefits of clean comfortable and spacious kennels while receiving wonderful care kindness and supervision from our dedicated staff.
Tom Ness' Oahe Kennels
6400 158th St SE
Menoken ND 58558
Phone: 701-220-1419
Established in 1984 Oahe Kennels is located in Menoken North Dakota and owned and operated by Tom Ness. In the mid seventies Tom begin training hunting dogs after he purchased his first field bred English Springer Spaniel named Fanny. Soon after Tom graduated from the University of North Dakota and moved to Wyoming.
Ambush Training Kennels
6001 128th Ave NW
Minot ND 58703
Phone: (701) 728-6363
Welcome to Ambush Kennels. Your source for the finest Boarding Breeding Obedience and Gun Dog Training services in the area. We have created this site to provide an introduction to us and our commitment to the quality training and care of your canine.
Red River North Dog Obedience Club
2202 3rd Ave N Ste A
Fargo ND 58102
Phone: (701) 232-3597
Red River North Dog Obedience Club an American Kennel Club ® (AKC) licensed organization was founded in 1999 with the intent to promote the training of all dogs - both purebred and mixed breed.
Rovers Playhouse 3405 Main Ave
Fargo ND 58103
Phone: 701-232-7529
At Rover’s Playhouse our mission is to providing outstanding service and high quality care to our dog/cat clients and their owners.
Absolute Gun Dogs 11813 Lincoln Rd.
Bismarck ND 58504
Phone: 701-258-5001
Our specialty is gun dog training and breeding for the field and competition. Our name derives from our commitment to bring out the best in any dog be it for hunting field trialing or as a loving pet around the house the absolute best your dog can be.
Service Dogs for America 920 Short Street | P.O. Box 513 Jud North Dakota 58454
Phone: 701-685-2242
In 1989 Ed Duden Steve Powers and Michael Goehring founded Service Dogs for America (SDA)/Great Plains Assistance Dogs Foundation Inc. SDA is a non-profit organization that enhances and empowers the lives of individuals with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships