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Kyle Willette
from 2 reviews
  • 1 year in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Angie S.
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I have been training with Kyle for about three weeks now. I used to be an athlete in high school, but quickly got out of my workout routine once the busyness of college hit. Recently I got the urge to get back in shape and knew I would need a lot of help and motivation. Kyle has been a great helping hand in encouraging me to meet this goal. He pushes me to work hard everyday, and is always thinking of new exercises to mix things up. One of the best parts about his training is that he explains how each exercise works different parts of the body, and makes sure you understand how to correctly perform so you are able to eventually do the exercise on your own. Additionally, he is efficient and timely, making every minute of our time together worth the time. Kyle is also very knowledgeable about how the body's different muscles all connect and work together, which has been great when it comes to strengthening an injured shoulder. Very thankful for my time thus far with him!


I am a professional dog trainer. I am a graduate of Starmark Academy out of Texas. I specialize in service dogs, search and rescue, basic and advanced obedience, protection, detection and behavior modification.

  • 5 years in business

I am a certified, professional dog trainer from Starmark Academy in Texas. I am certified in search and rescue, scent detection, clicker training, basic and advanced obedience and service dog training. I also do a lot of work with protection K9 training both in sport and home/personal protection. I live in West Fargo and do primarily in-home and in-public training but can travel within the Fargo Moorhead area with no charge (any farther, I would charge for mileage). Protection training is $60 a session; obedience and behavior modification is $40 a session. Service dog training is $1,500 for a mobility, and assistant service dog training $2,000 for medical alert. The first session will be more of a get to know you and what goal you want to see your dogs achieve and how soon you want to see that happening. We'll go over theory on how dogs learn and how to get the most out of your training session as well as training tools and methods you can use.

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