Colorado Top Dog's Blog

Educating and entertaining is the intent of our blog. Read Colorado Top Dog's thoughts on creating the best possible human/dog relationship. Also, learn more about our dog socialization and training skills. Feel free to peruse our website to learn more about our service offerings. We provide dog training information and resources as well as raw dog food. If you are having problems with your dog, we are here to help. The majority of our clients prefer private in-home dog training. Also, these clients enjoy our online dog training solution. Our top dog trainer will provide you with feedback and further dog training homework between face to face lessons. Contact us now.Blog

Dog Behaviorist

Denver Dog Trainer Colorado Top Dog received a call about a rescue dog from a first-time dog owner. This client was new to Denver, contacted and hired multiple Denver dog training companies, met with dog trainers as well as a dog behaviorist, and inquired with veterinarians. They Read More …

National Dog Day

Calypso & Gryppe Happy National Dog Day! Here are my current pups. Calypso has been the most fantastic dog in all scenarios. She’s a fierce guarder of the Colorado Top Dog vehicle, a great house dog, and often hilarious. All around A+ for this pup. Read More …

Balanced Dog Training

What is it? Colorado Top Dog has learned properly balanced dog training includes building a strong foundation through obedience, focused play, proper handling, and good management. Any other process, in my experience, is a marketing scheme, quick fix, franchise dog trainer, or apprentice dog trainer Read More …

New Year Resolutions Fade

Dog Training Should Not The majority of people have broken resolutions for their health by this time already. There’s still hope for your dog, or at least a relationship with them and earning their respect. Dog training handler skills are vital in building that relationship. Read More …

Go Outside

Skip the Social Media Go outside. Colorado Top Dog urges everyone to spend less time on their computers, devices, and phones. Take your dog out. Leave the house. Leave the electronics behind. Spend some time bounding through the snow in the mountains in snowshoes, dog Read More …