I’m an experienced dog trainer (I’ve fully trained my three dogs, as well as several of my friends dogs which included a pitbull, rottweiler, and german sheperd) and needing some extra cash for how everything is so expensive these days, I want to take up a part-time job of dog-training and sitting. How much should I charge? What would you pay for a personal trainer? By the way, I’m 17 1/2.

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  1. Independent Laydee

    For the first few customers, go low (like $10-$15, no more then $20) just so that you can get experienced even more. When you’ve trained a few customers dogs till they are satisfied, use them are recommendations and go higher. Of course, I wouldn’t pay no more then $50 for a person trainer.

  2. lolly

    Just because you have experience, doesnt mean that you can charge people. Different states have different laws and id check into that before charging. You may have to report your earnings and pay taxes. You really should have some sort of professional training and a certificate to show people. Helping your friends is different from helping a stranger. I do overnight house sitting/dog sitting and I charge 25$ a night.

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