Professional Dog Training in Summit County Colorado
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About Us

HOW WE TRAIN

We are dedicated to providing you flexible options and the most up-to-date training methods for your puppy socialization, general obedience or behavior modification needs

Nikki Finn-Loudenslager CPDT-KA is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer and official evaluator for both the AKC Canine Good Citizen Award and the Canine Life and Social Skills Program.¬†Nikki provides training that is a pleasurable experience for both you and your dog based on the most up to date science based methods and works with both private clients and local shelters and rescues. While she considers herself an expert in reactivity, she also has the knowledge to help you with a range of behaviors including general obedience, fear/anxiety, barking, destruction, escaping and house soiling. Our service area includes the towns of Dillon, Silverthorne, Frisco, Breckenridge, Kremmling & Steamboat Springs. Here is how we serve your community…

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STEP BY STEP

We take the holistic approach to changing or shaping canine behavior and adhere to the CCPDT code of ethics to deliver professionalism and humane methods

  • 01 IDENTIFY

    Identify problem behavior/s ie pulling on leash

  • 02 COLLECT

    Collect socialization and behavior history and diet and medical information to determine any contributing factors

  • 03 OBSERVE

    Observe family interactions, environment and use of current tools & equipment

  • 04 PLAN

    Advise of management systems that can be put into place for immediate effect and create a training plan that suits both the owner and dog

  • 05 CHANGE

    Using science based methods, begin desensitizing protocols and/or teaching new behaviors