Making dogs and owners happy in Denver since 1991
At 18, I got my first dog, a German Shepherd named Sam. I wanted to train him but I didn't know anybody who trained dogs. My sister introduced me to some of her friends who trained dogs in the Air Force. When they retired from the Air Force, they started training in the Denver area. I trained obedience and protection with them for the next two years. I went to as many different training seminars as I could, with some of the best trainers in the world.
This lead me to realize that only one method will not work for all dogs. Since then I have trained many different dogs, always evolving. I have learned that dog training is more of an art then an individual technique. I have been training dogs for others in obedience, detection work, sport work, personal protection, and all kinds of problem solving for the last 25 years.
This has helped hundreds of families have a long happy life with their dogs. With my own dogs I like to compete in the sport of Schutzhund; tracking, obedience and protection. For the last 15 years I have been the president and training director of Front Range Hundesport our Schutzhund club. During that time I have helped a countless number of people achieve working titles on their dogs.
I have competed in many different regional, national and one world event. I continue to go to as many training seminars as possible.
As a dog trainer Keisha has over 15 years of formal dog training experience, she has trained and competed in Schutzhund since the age of 14. Keisha has been a member of multiple Schutzhund clubs and has competed in regional and national events. She has been a kennel manager and has trained and assisted in solving behavioral problems for a variety of different dogs.