Upcoming Training Classes at Planet Dog

Training classes and Planet Dog Trainers

Training Classes

  • Puppy Training Classes
    Do you have a new puppy but lack the time to train them properly? Is he/she misbehaving? Send them to us! Our professional trainers will have them acting appropriately before you know it! Age Requirement: Puppies must be five months or younger at the time of class start date.                                                                  
  • Here are some upcoming dates for Puppy Training Classes:
    • Thursdays starting September 14, 7:15-8:15pm with Jessica Robichaud
      1st class is an orientation from 7:15-8:30pm for people only.
    • Wednesdays starting October 4, 7:15-8:15pm with Mallory Hattie
      1st class is an orientation from 7-8:15pm for people only.   Both sessions are a 6-week class.

Planet Dog Trainers

Our professional Trainers Mallory Hattie and Jessica Robichaud will have your puppy behaving better in no time. Classes fill up very quickly, so if you have a dog in need of some "adjustments," you should act fast! The fee for each 6-week sessions is $135.

Mallory Hattie

Mallory has been training people to train their dogs since 2000, and became a CPDT-KA (Certified Professional Dog Trainer - Knowledge Assessed) in 2003. She started Raising Canine Maine Dog Training and began offering Puppy classes at the Planet Dog Company store in 2005, where she continues to teach positive reinforcement classes and run the Puppy Play Groups on many weekends.

Mallory is available for private consultations, and also offers classes through Telling Tails Training Center in Fryeburg, Maine, and through the Recreation Department in Gorham. She is a Canine Good Citizen evaluator through the AKC. Mallory continues her education by attending workshops and seminars, most recently the Clicker Expo and Wag It Games Instructors course. She feels that having fun with training is paramount!

Jessica Robichaud

Jessica Robichaud has been a CPDT-KA, Knowledge Assessed Certified Professional Dog Trainer for 10 years, and is also an AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. She formerly taught puppy and beginner classes in New Jersey before transitioning to senior classes (teaching up to 12 group classes per week as well as doing private lessons). 

Jessica attends numerous seminars each year at the Association of Professional Dog trainers as a professional member, and currently resides in York County with her husband, daughter and two dogs (Bean and Lucas). Jessica enjoys volunteering for Lucky Pup Rescue, doing pet therapy work and participating in Rally Obedience. Her moto is “train with no ego,” and she believes in following a gentle force-free approach with the dogs she trains.