Catch Ian Grant every Saturday morning at 7:50am, discussing all things dogs on Vermont's 93.9 WLVB.

Tune in Monday mornings at 11:50am EST to hear weekly behavior tips. 


Dog nutrition is very important to your dogs livelihood.  We have a new E-book being developed by Ian Grant. 



Ian Grant opened Vermont Dog Boarding and Behavior in December of 2007 out of his home to help dogs and their owners in northern Vermont. Little did he know that working with dogs was going to give him opportunities that he would never imagine. After consistently walking and caring for 15-20 dogs a day on his own, Vermont Dog Boarding and Behavior moved into a new facility in September 2013. After attending workshops and seminars all over the country (too numerous to list), he has learned from and networked with the best dog trainers in the business and is a member of the IACP (International Association of Canine Professionals).

Since 2007, Ian has observed nearly 25,000 dogs between daycare, boarding, training, fostering, and consultations. He has been sought out by rescues, foster homes, and other trainers for assistance. Clients are now coming from all over Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, and Connecticut to have their dogs trained by Ian and his staff.  

Ian’s 6 week Complicated Canines Training Class is quickly gaining in popularity. Level 1 students demanded more knowledge from Ian so much that he created a Level 2 class.

In the last 2 years, Ian has been a part of raising nearly $32,000 for local rescues, charities, and Burton’s Chill Foundation to help underprivileged youth through board sports.  

In his free time Ian loves to spend time with his family and play golf. He played professionally for over 8 years traveling all over the east coast and was fortunate enough to play most of the British Open Courses (yes, St. Andrews). His kids are now the 5th generation of their family to play and be members at Copley Country Club in Morrisville, VT.