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2 Dog Trail

Denver, CO 80014
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2 Dog Trail has been voted the Best Dog Trainer five years in a row and provides customized, results-oriented lessons and classes that help owners and pets build a more healthy happy and harmonious relationship. The company's owner and lead trainer is a certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator and loves to stay current with the latest training news and innovations to ensure customers and pets receive the best possible service and can enjoy real, visible results. Whether the dog has minor issues like digging, barking, or potty accidents, or more serious issues like aggression, separation anxiety, or hyperactivity, the trainer uses evidence-based techniques to gently teach, shape, and encourage dogs to be their best.

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Adventures Of Finn

Denver, CO 80014
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Laura Errington, the owner of Adventures Of Finn, is an avid dog lover and trainer with a passion for helping people learn practical, effective solutions and techniques to train even the most stubborn and disobedient animals. The company's training method uses tools like E-collars, prong collars, crating, and owner education, as well as homework assignments for owners and daily mental and physical exercise for dogs to create a regular system of training and communication that reduces behavior issues and creates a more structured relationship between human and animal. Customers can choose Foundation Training courses to teach dogs the basics, Behavior Modification Training to deal with behavioral problems, or the Board and Train program that gives dogs more intensive one-on-one time with experienced trainers.

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Ancillary K9 Dog Training

201 Columbine Street Ste 150 # 6445, Denver, CO 80206
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Ancillary K9 is a dog training company that provides obedience work and aggressive dog rehabilitation services for clients in Aurora and the surrounding areas. The company offers three dog training programs that assist in getting rid of behavioral problems like biting, aggressive behavior, separation anxiety, and leash reactivity. Ancillary K9's trainers have been voted as one of Denver's top dog trainers in 2021 and are members of the International Association of Canine Professionals.

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Camp Bow Wow Aurora

1620 South Abilene Street, Aurora, CO 80012
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Camp Bow Wow is a dog care facility in Aurora offering dog training services. Its certified trainers design training programs tailored to clients' needs and preferred schedules. Their training methods follow rewards-based strategies and seek to enrich pups of all behavior levels and ages. They conduct three levels of obedience classes and private and in-camp sessions. Dog enrichment programs aim to foster closer bonds with families, maintain skills and sharp minds, and improve the behaviors they exhibit in public areas.

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FetchMasters

19879 E Randolph Place, Denver, CO 80249
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FetchMasters specializes in training dogs of all breeds and sizes. The company offers group training classes, board-and-train sessions, and in-home training classes. The dog trainers hold three levels of obedience classes for private training sessions. The Level One Obedience training program aims to develop canines' basic obedience skills and address common behavior issues. Thomas Aaron, one of the trainers at FetchMasters, is a certified dog trainer through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers® and the Animal Behavioral College.

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Franz Professional Dog Training

4736 South Zeno Street, Aurora, CO 80015
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Franz Professional Dog Training offers training services to owner-and-dog tandems near Aurora. Trainer Brad Franz has more than 35 years of experience in dog training. His training program is primarily an obedience course, where basic commands, home boundaries, and basic behavior issues are addressed. This program takes six weeks for seven-month and older dogs and eight weeks for 12-week old puppies or older. The training course has six lessons that are tackled weekly, with each lesson taking 45 to 60 minutes.

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Full Pawtential Dog Training

Centennial, CO 80015
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Full Pawtential Dog Training gives dogs and owners the chance to enjoy learning new skills with a team of caring, patient, and experienced training experts. From puppies and older dogs to rescues and dogs that need extra attention, the company's trainers use an individualized approach to understanding the needs of dogs and their owners, whether they have issues with excessive barking, problems with food aggression, or just need help housebreaking a new puppy. The company owner also volunteers with Colorado Puppy Rescue and helps families understand and overcome problem behaviors. Interested customers can call or contact the company on the website to get more information about training options and pricing.

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Triumphant Canine

Centennial, CO 80015
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Triumphant Canine provides training and lessons tailored to each dog's personality, breed, and lifestyle. From teaching puppies how to behave indoors to helping older dogs understand proper leash etiquette, the company's in-home training sessions helps dogs understand proper behaviors and basic commands and give owners a better understanding of their animal's body language, behaviors, needs. Whether inside the home or out in the great outdoors, people and pets can enjoy learning together and create stronger, healthier bonds. The company also offers Board and Train programs for more intensive training, as well as special programs for dogs with severe behavioral issues like aggression, anxiety, nonstop barking, and hyperactivity.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the best dog training certification?

A: There are several dog training certification programs available to help trainers expand their credentials. Certified Behavior Adjustment Training Instructor (CBATI) and Certified Dog Behavior Consultant (CDBC) are two of the highest certifications. Additional essential certifications include Basic Agility and Puppy Training.

Q: What qualifications do I need to be a dog trainer?

A: Dog trainers are not required to get any type of certification; however, courses that award certifications help build client bases and ensure pet owners that their animals are in excellent hands. To become a Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed, one must pass a written exam and have 300 hours of documented experience in dog training over a three-year period.

Q: What kind of training do you need to be a dog trainer?

A: Professional training is not required to become a dog trainer, but the more courses and credentials one obtains allows for increased knowledge and skill sets in overall dog training. Depending on the certifications desired, training courses include obedience, behavior modification, pet CPR, clicker training, and K9 training.

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