Pet Guardians

Pet Guardian Guide

4 Fabulous Certificates for Your Pet Dog To Earn!

The aim of the credentialing program is to acknowledge the hard work and commitment that guardians and their dogs undertake to make their shared lives enjoyable. The program recognizes this team effort from a puppy’s very early training. 

  


The Pet Dog Ambassador Program

  1. Pet Dog Guardians - Take your pets through the program and earn lovely certificates and medallions to celebrate your skills and success. Click here to get started
  2. Professional Dog Training Peeps - Become and instructor and begin teaching the curriculum. All the tools are provided, its like a business in a box. Lesson plans, curriculum, marketing tools, assessment guides. 
  3. Pet Professional Guild Members - Become an Instructor/Assessor. All the tools are provided, its like a business in a box. Lesson plans, curriculum, marketing tools, assessment guides. Everything you need to get going. 

A  Credentialing Program for Pet Dogs In Recognition of Great Pet Dog Skills 

The Pet Dog Ambassador (PDA) is a 5 step credentialing program for dog guardians to test their knowledge, skills and  ability to manage their canine companion in real life settings. 

Help us to encourage guardians to continue training and developing new skills, abilities and knowledge together as a team.  Join us, as an instructor you are licensed to hold and teach the PDA curriculum in your area and if you are an assessor then you can both teach and assess pet dogs in the program.  Learn about the credentialing levels and skill assessment markers then you can checkout the Guardian Guide

Enroll Today

Pet Professionals 

Instructor & Assessor Guide

Become an Instructor or Assessor and Implement This Business in a Box Into Your Training Practice

Assessment Markers

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Only Licensed PDA Instructors and Assessors have permission to use this program and rights are granted under the license agreement. 

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