Puppy & Dog Training 
 group & PRIVATES
 Bozeman, MT

Our GYM

Paws & People resides in a 2,000 square foot indoor dog gym.


Heated, rubber mat flooring, restroom, fully equipped for multiple dog sports, and an outdoor fenced 4,000 square foot meet and greet area.


Rental - Our Dog Gym will be available for rent outside of our scheduled classes.  Great for industry instructors needing indoor space for workshops, seminars, and a great option for clubs, small training groups, and competitors fine tuning skills, etc.  Contact Us for more information.

​$40 - 1 hour
$265 - 1 day (8 hours)

For our out of town clients - Hotels within 2 miles of our facility
La Quinta
Microtel
​Ramada Express
Paws&
PEOPLE


ABOUT US

 

Paws & People was founded in 2003, in Bozeman, Montana. PRESS. We are an integrative training business that works on the social, emotional, physical, and nutritional well being of each dog, because we believe in reaching potentials.


All teaching is centered on building a strong handler/dog relationship, using reward based training.


PAWS & PEOPLE VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE - over 360 free videos


PAWS & PEOPLE ARTICLES - over 250 free articles


PAWS & PEOPLE FACEBOOK PAGE - extra videos, articles, and information


We offer year round group classes, from puppy and adolescent training, through the creative classroom, treiball, circus tricks, nosework, and family manners.


We specialize in puppy & adolescent development programs, and offer weekly play groups based on age and size.


We also offer private one on one training and behavioral consultations. This is a great way to get the information you need to be successful with your dog.


Nancy Tanner, founding owner and head trainer, also travels extensively each year to give classes and workshops across the United States for other training facilities, and clubs. She is a Certified Trainer.


Nancy offers extremely high quality instruction to family pet owners, competitors, ranchers, and professional handlers. Every Team deserves an awesome education, on both ends of the leash! The more we know, the better we can do.