For all of us at Frontier K9, every day is a celebration of the dog. However, thanks to Lisa Wiehebrink of Tails that Teach, every May 20 is National Rescue Dog Day, and it’s a day where I love to celebrate my clients and their loveable pups. You know that saying of, “Who rescued whom?”Continue reading “National Rescue Dog Day 2021”
Have you ever wondered what exactly Schutzhund is? No it’s not a German delicacy. However, it is one of the longest running sports in Germany, and one that I love.
Frontier K9 Training’s history comes from generations of dog lovers and trainers and I’m lucky to be continuing the legacy.
Just a quick note to wish everyone a very happy holiday season! We are so thankful for your patronage in 2020 and look forward to an even better 2021! Here’s to happy pups and equally happy owners!!
Frontier K9 wants to celebrate the holidays by hosting a puppy supply drive for the Humane Society of Clinton County.
Trying to think about the best gift to give the dog owner in your life? May we suggest a gift certificate to Frontier K9 Training?
Hello everyone! Thank you for checking out my page and my business! We have some of the best supporters and clients, but we also have some new supporters and clients so I thought I’d kind of reintroduce myself for our new followers and clients. My name is Erin Dean and I might be a littleContinue reading “Let Me Reintroduce Myself”
After a lot of consideration and talking to your family, you have decided you want a puppy. Or maybe you decided you want an older dog. But have you considered everything? Before you get all the toys, bed and food, make sure that you have considered the role you will now become…dog owner. If youContinue reading “So you want a puppy or older dog…….”
This is a question I hear so often. Not just from clients but from friends and family. So I thought I’d share my answer and reasons behind it here for all of you as well. There are many reasons why I tell all of my clients to get a regular lead. What do I meanContinue reading “Retractable vs Standard Leashes”