So you got a new puppy… Congratulations!! Or, maybe you’re planning on bringing home a puppy, or adopting a foster dog. However you’re welcoming your new canine best friend, congratulations! It’s so exciting to be bringing home a new companion. That’s why we’ve compiled 15 items for your New Dog Shopping List:.
We have an announcement regarding a new class policy that will be enacted starting October 1, 2021.
After years of only having one-on-one training sessions with my clients, Frontier K9 is now offering small group classes.
We’ve heard from our clients and we know you’re looking for more ways to enjoy your time with your pup. The possibilities are endless with what you can do to teach yourself and your dog, and we hope that Frontier K9 can be part of that journey. Starting Summer 2021, we are finally offering ourContinue reading “New Class Offering: Intro to Dog Agility”
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.
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?
It’s back to school season! However, here at Frontier K9 we’re thinking more about dog school than human school.
Many dog owners have a love-hate relationship with summer and fireworks season. How do you keep your dog calm while fireworks are going off?
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”
Winter is a hard season for dogs: too cold to spend time outside, sometimes walks aren’t an option with the freezing temperatures or salt on the walks and it’s just dark and dreary outside. So, what can you do to burn off some energy and get your dog thinking in a constructive manner? I preferContinue reading “Training Tip: Using the Balance Disc at Home”