Training Your Dog Today = A Better Companion Tomorrow!
Build a successful relationship between you and your dog.
At Canine Fine we embrace a positive training philosophy for every pet we meet. Training is not a ‘quick fix’ but a long-term goal toward having a well-behaved dog. Let us help you train the dog you have today for a better companion tomorrow!
We rely on positive, reward-based training techniques to encourage appropriate behavior and foster a foundation of trust and enjoyment. We utilize a variety of rewards including but not limited to treats, human play or toy play. These tools will build a successful relationship between you and your four-legged companion. We aim for training to be rewarding for you as well as your dog.
Every dog and guardian team is unique. Each situation will be assessed individually for your challenges, needs and goals therefore your training plan will be tailored to your specific needs. Our goal for you is to provide you the tools to continue training your dog long after we are gone.
As dog trainers, we take an active role in continuing education through membership in the Pet Professional Guild (PPG), the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) and peer discussions. In addition, we continue to attend classes with our own dogs to view training from the client perspective.
We serve Estes Park in the mountains to Fort Morgan on the Eastern plains and everywhere in between.
Some Words From Our Clients
Marnie is fabulous! I have had a hard time finding a local trainer near Golden, Colorado to begin agility and Marnie is worth the drive. She is patient, fun and really great at training my dogs. She is the perfect blend of what we need to learn agility and to build on the connection with my dogs.
Very helpful! The skills we learned in both classes have helped us calm down our active border collies so they both are not jumping on people as they come over to our place. Fun classes and we are looking forward to scheduling agility soon!
Agility is always fun, well organized, and I benefit from the helpful hints and tips provided by Marnie for improvement.
At 8 months old our Bernese Mtn dog Greta is a 70lbs teenager.We still give lots of praise & treats, and things aren’t perfect, but pulling is at a minimum! In fact I noticed that I walk her with the leash on my pinky, so I can get to her treats! Not bad!
Marnie was an excellent instructor! We really learned a lot and our dog is much better behaved. Thank you for such a wonderful experience!
We look forward to hearing from you!