Dog Training

Comprehensive Dog Training

Denver Dog Training

Denver Dog Training

Colorado Top Dog has been serving Denver since 2005. Our dog trainer works with dogs and of any age, breed, problem, or size. We understand the busy lifestyles of pet owners. Therefore, we work with your schedule. We recommend private lessons and assist our clients in purchasing appropriate dog equipment for their unique situation. Colorado Top Dog’s training program teaches clients the proper handling, management, nutrition, and play skills for success. Also, we design each program to each unique lifestyle and needs. If you have particular dog training circumstances or needs, contact us to discuss.

Dog Training Solutions

There are many dog training solutions on the market today. Let Colorado Top Dog guide you in the most appropriate direction. We offer professional advice combined with extensive experience in the natural development of your dog. Our experience training dogs is well over a decade and quite diverse. We’ve seen the majority of breeds, equipment, dog training methods, and dog training systems.

A genuinely balanced dog trainer would agree that positive reinforcement makes the most sense, especially when starting your puppy’s imprinting or your dog’s training foundation. For a complete canine training solution, adding equipment makes sense. Therefore, humane and proper use of equipment is imperative to a successful result. Training should include the owner or professional handler reaching a competent level with equipment, dog play, and positive obedience training. Each dog owner should be required to participate in a significant amount of the dog training process. Therefore, choose your dog trainer wisely. Their methodology and work reflect their background, experience, and knowledge. Ask to see the trainer’s dog perform and have them demonstrate their dog’s skills. Be sure the dog training demonstration animal is happy as well as healthy. Also, a well-trained dog doesn’t require equipment to perform. For example, if the dog’s demeanor appears sullen, their head is down, tail tucked, and the dog seems disinterested or overly corrected, move to the next dog trainer.

In-Home Dog Training

Colorado Top Dog offers private in-home dog training lessons for obedience in the Denver area. These are the best choice for a consistent dog training solution. Lessons are great for teaching handling, management, nutrition, and play skills. Our dog trainer arrives at your home and teaches the skills needed to create a harmonious, positive, and thriving relationship with your dog. Your home provides a comfortable and distraction-free environment for the pet. Also, it allows us to understand your dog management style.

Furthermore, we examine your dog’s current compulsive habits and problems. Your homework for dog or puppy training is 15 minutes a day. We will also suggest changes to your environment, handling, and management. The practice is straightforward and may include lessons in distracting locations. In addition, we encourage clients to exercise their pets.

Online Dog Trainer

Colorado Top Dog’s expert dog trainer offers unparalleled assistance in your dog training solution. Our in-home dog training lessons are commingled with remote instruction/online dog training. You are connected right at your fingertips. This synergistic program is the forefront of modern dog trainers. In our experience, we have dealt with the majority of dog training scenarios. Therefore, we always create a robust solution that works for both the dog and owner. Our online dog training offers assistance through email, FaceTime, Skype, and text. This synergistic program works well for everyone and is a smarter use of time. Contact us.

Pros and Cons of a Board and Train

Colorado Top Dog does not offer a board and train, nor do we offer dog daycare or dog day play services. No dog needs to attend a dog boot camp or dog training academy. Most dog training franchises offer non-flexible solutions with minimal variability in design. Dogs require more one on one interaction with their handler/owner, and not a board and train. If no other choice, a good dog board and train design addresses behavior modification first. Preferably without the use of choke collars, e-collars, pinch collars, remote collars or shock collars. In addition, the trainer should add to your dog’s obedience skills. The timeframe would be determined by the dog’s age, behavioral state, health and your desired end result. Any other guidance or shortened timeframes are likely utilizing an escape/avoidance method. This leads to a poor end result. Remember, not everyone is a dog trainer. Upon completion, the owner should be required to spend multiple sessions with the trainer.

Our Philosophy

Dog training is building proper behaviors. Also, a relationship with your dog. Inevitably, you must become competent as a dog handler. Handling requires good management, obedience skills and proper dog play. Implementing, learning and understanding appropriate methods of dog training ensures ultimate success. Colorado Top Dog makes your desires in training easy by teaching you this information until you’re competent. Remember, your dog handling, management and training skills will be the only resource available when you take your dog home or to the park. Your dog trainer can only be a resource at that point. Consequently, more time with a dog trainer solidifies your understanding of how to handle the dog in different environments, locations, and scenarios. To achieve your training plan or to develop your police dog, scent detection dog, service dog, sport dog or working dog, contact us.

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Behavioral Dog and Puppy Training

  • Aggression Problems
  • Barking / Whining
  • Begging
  • Boundaries
  • Chasing
  • Chewing / Digging
  • Come, Sit, Stay, Down, Place
  • Crate / Kennel Training
  • Foundation Training
  • House Training (Potty Training)
  • Impression Dog Training
  • Jumping Up · Puppy Biting / Mouthing
  • Off Leash Control
  • Off the furniture (If desired)
  • Play / Fetch
  • Running Away
  • Separation Anxiety
Board and Train Tips

  • Begging / Food Refusal
  • Behavior Modification
  • Biting
  • Chasing
  • Chewing / Digging
  • Come when called
  • Control While Excited
  • Crate Training
  • Down / Stay
  • Heel / Leash Training
  • Jumping on People
  • Nutrition Evaluation
  • Reactive Dog Training
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Sit / Stay
  • Stay On a Dog Bed
  • Wait / Going Through Doors
Outdoor/Indoor Training

  • Aggression Problems
  • Biting / Mouthing
  • Bolting / Waiting at the Door
  • Come when called
  • Chewing / Digging
  • Down / Stay
  • Dog Conditioning
  • House Training / Potty Training
  • Jumping On People / Furniture
  • Nuisance Barking / Whining
  • Personal Protection Dog
  • Pulling on the leash
  • Raw Dog Food
  • Retrieve/ Fetch
  • Sit / Stay
Dog Training

Dog Training