Knoxville, Tennessee 37922, United States

(865) 309-4412

Top Notch Canine

Dog Training in Knoxville

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 Knoxville, TN

About Top Notch Canine

Top Notch Canine was founded by Reagan Williams. Top Notch Canine is located in Knoxville, Tennessee. We offer basic obedience, advanced obedience, potty training, house manners, and rehabilitate reactive dogs. All are board and train programs and short boards but we do offer one on one single private lessons. 

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Meet Our Trainers

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Reagan Pearman - Owner

She has always had a love for animals since a young age. In 2015 she decided to take the first step toward making her passion for dogs a career. She began by educating herself on canine behavior and participating in training classes with her own dog, focusing on leash reactivity towards other dogs. She took her talents to PetSafe Village in late 2015 and began training dogs professionally. Following this step in her career, in early 2017, she joined a franchise where she sharpened her skills training dogs.  After four years of learning and training she decided to open her own business with her husband Will, Top Notch K9! She specializes in Rally Obedience, Basic Obedience, Off Leash Obedience and Canine Good Citizen Classes. Her favorite aspect of dog training is helping people be able to include their animals in even more parts of their lives, and the joy that it brings their owners. 

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Will Pearman - Owner

He has always had a passion for working and training with family pets as far back as he can remember. He left the military in 2015 and immediately set his sights on getting a dog to run with him. Duke came in to his life in 2015, like a wrecking ball, as a one year old rescue. Although  duke was an amazing running buddy, he needed a lot of help being trained. Will began taking classes with Duke and realized that this passion for training dogs might actually be able to be a career. Since then Will has been working to build his skills as a dog trainer through classes and experience. His favorite aspect of dog training is learning how each dog learns, and finding the best way to work together.

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