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Cumming Dog Trainers

We work with all breeds and all training goals, from puppy training to obedience and manners, and everything in between.

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Dog Training Cumming GA

Peach on a Leash offers in-home dog training, board and train, and group classes in Cumming, GA. We work with all breeds and all training goals, from puppy training to obedience and manners, aggressive dog training, behavior modification, therapy dog training, and everything in between. We love helping families in the Cumming and Forsyth County area build stronger relationships with their dogs and achieve their training goals

 

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Our Cumming-area trainers:

We have a team of certified dog training experts servicing the Forsyth County area. All of our trainers are experienced in working with a wide variety of breeds and training goals, and are excellent human coaches as well!

 Our Cumming-area trainers are Danielle and Kailin.



Danielle Smith

Danielle Smith

Danielle Smith is a certified professional dog trainer with over 20 years of experience working with dogs. She is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.

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Kailin Olufs dog trainer

Kailin Olufs

Kailin grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and has been a lifelong animal lover. Before college, she enjoyed summer jobs such as kennel attendant at a veterinary hospital and daycare attendant at a dog daycare. Kailin then got her Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Biology from the University of Montana.

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First things to teach a puppy

Our favorite Cumming vets:

Below you’ll find some of our favorite Cumming, GA veterinarians. Working with a quality veterinarian who prioritizes your dog’s health and emotional well-being is a critical component to your dog’s behavioral wellness.

Our favorite dog-friendly Cumming, GA spots: 

 Forsyth County has some fantastic dog-friendly parks and shopping areas. 

Cumming City Center: this brand-new shopping and dining destination in the heart of Forsyth County; it’s incredibly dog-friendly and walkable!

Fowler Park: This is our favorite park to work on leash walking and leash reactivity, as it offers plenty of space and is generally busy without being overcrowded. 

Halcyon: the Halcyon is bustling with dog-friendly stores and plenty of outdoor seating for you and your pup. It will likely be too busy if your dog is fearful or reactive, but is a great place to take your social, outgoing dog. 

Caney Creek Preserve: A hidden gem if you’re looking for a quiet, distraction-free walk, Caney Creek is typically a peaceful option for walks with your dog.

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