Pet Trainers

Feb 26, 2010 1:18 PM

Focus Dog Training

Phone: (719) 291-1685
630 W. Vermijo St Colorado Springs, CO. 80905
Colorado Springs, CO 80905
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Discount OfferDog Training, Dog Boarding

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Business DescriptionFocus Dog Training - Obedience training is one of the most important aspects of raising a dog. In fact, a well trained dog is by far a happier dog! Why? The more reliable the dog, the more freedom your pet is given.

Benefits of Training:
Dog training serves to strengthen the bond between a dog and their owner.

Dog training builds communication, understanding, and mutual respect.

A trained dog requires fewer restrictions.

Not only will dog training (obedience) help your dog to become more responsive, but it also enables you to have immediate control over your dog's behavior

In an emergency situation, dog training (obedience) may save your dog's life.
In fact, it can ultimately save the lives of many dogs.

Far fewer dogs would end up in shelters if their owners would simply take time to have their dog trained.

Also, dogs can develop behavior problems that can last a lifetime if left uncorrected. Through dog training, we can end your dog's negative behaviors such as:

Chewing, digging, jumping, getting into garbage, nipping, excessive barking, over aggressiveness, housebreaking, etc.

We thoroughly train the dog, correcting the negative behaviors. Then we teach the owner proper handling techniques.
Service AreaColorado Springs, Moument, Woodland Park
Business TypeDog Training, Dog Boarding
Business TaglineColorado Springs Dog Training and Boarding
ServicesDog Boarding
Dog Training
Number of Locations630 W. Vermijo St Colorado Springs, CO. 80905 -743 Goldhill Pl #119 Woodland Park, CO 80863
Additional InformationCertifications with:

* NATTS-Certified Master Dog Trainer: Colorado Career Academy (600 clock hours).
* NATTS Master K9 Instructor (1,200 clock hours).

I have established and maintained a recognized level of competence in dog training through criteria based on continuing education, experience, and standardized testing.

N.C.T. (an 8-week intensive work study program) as a Narcotic dog trainer/handler.

Camelot Training Facility, Narcotic Detection K9 handler/trainer (vehicles, buildings, and open area).

Donovan Training Academy, Certified Trainer/Handler in Tracking and Cadaver (1,300 clock hours).

With a wide range of diversity in knowledge as a dog trainer, decoy and coach/instructor, I bring a large volume of experience to the dog training community.

Twenty-three (23) Years of Dog Trainer experience working with:
* Competition (AKC, Schutzhund, Ring Sport, KNPV)
* Rescue (Fema)
* Police (USPCA)
* Protection (Security, Executive, Personal)
* Service dogs
* Family dogs
Awards and Certifications* NATTS-Certified Master Dog Trainer: Colorado Career Academy (600 clock hours). * NATTS Master K9 Instructor (1,200 clock hours).

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