We have seen many of the top dog trainers across the globe offering their services to people and families who are looking to add a little bit of fun to their daily life.

However, what does it mean to be a dog trainer?

And how do you get the most out of your training?

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For this article we have picked out the top dogs training experts in the UK, and have also gathered some of their best tips for getting started and making your first few steps with them.

The following dog training trainers have all been trained by their own respective masters.

There are plenty of great advice here to get you started, whether you are a novice or a seasoned trainer, so check out the guide below to find out how to train your very own new friend!

Here is a list of the trainers who have been on our list and we hope that you find some useful tips that you can apply to your own training.

If you’re ready to take your training to the next level, you can take a look at our list of dog training books for beginners.

The Top 10 Dog Training Books to Get You Started for 20181.

“The Power of Training” by Mark Latham and Andrew Latham, Simon & Schuster, £18.99£18.50(£13.80)Buy Now2.

The Complete Guide to Dog Training by Dave Matson and Chris Karr, Amazon, £16.99(£11.20)Buy More3.

Dog Training 101: What is the Difference Between a Master and a Trainer?

by Scott Houghton, Allen Lane, £24.99The book is a great way to learn all the basics of dog science and has been recommended by thousands of dog trainers worldwide.

You’ll also find a wealth of useful tips for new trainers.4.

“Dog Training 101” by Scott Karr and Dave Minson, Allen & Unwin, £17.99Buy Now5.

“Bark and Beak: How to Train Your Dog” by Steve Karr of Bark and Beaks, £14.99Bark &amp the Beak is a popular dog training book, but we think it’s worth giving a look to The Power of Trainings.

It’s a great book for beginners and has a lot of great information on all aspects of training dogs.6.

“How to Train Dogs in 30 Days” by Peter Hargreaves, Allen and Unwin Ltd, £19.99It’s a fantastic book to start with, and it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information contained in it.

However it’s really a great resource for anyone looking to train their dog, so if you’re a bit new to dog training then you’ll love it.7.

“Pet Bending: A New Approach to Dog Behaviour” by Dan O’Keefe, The Allen Lane Group, £15.99There’s a lot to love about this book, including a lot about the different types of dogs you can train, and a great guide to working with the kennel.

We highly recommend it for anyone who is a bit unsure about dog training.8.

“Training for Strength: The Complete Handbook for Dog Trainers” by Paul J. Pritchard, TheAllen Lane Group.

£16 Buy Now9.

“Paws Up: A Guide to Teaching Your Dog to Walk” by Lisa M. Leung, Penguin Random House, £21.99This is a fantastic resource for dog trainers looking to make their first steps with a new trainer.

It is a good introduction to the basics and is a must read for new and experienced dog trainers alike.10.

“Handbook of Dog Training” By Michael O’Sullivan, Allen And Unwin UK, £25.99We have included the book for our top 10 list in the section “Best of the Best”.

It has been rated the best dog training ebook by dog trainer experts and is available to order from all major retailers.