For the second year in a row, Frontier K9 is proud to host “Presents of Puppies” as a toy and supply drive for the Humane Society of Clinton County in Frankfort, Indiana. Last year, our clients and friends helped the puppies of two mommas thrive at the humane society. This year, we want to make sure all the pets looking for homes are cared for not only during the holiday season, but all year round!
After years of only having one-on-one training sessions with my clients, Frontier K9 is now offering small group classes.
This is the story of the little Coonhound puppy that has overcome abuse and neglect to love his new life and excel in his training with his family.
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.
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!!
It’s back to school season! However, here at Frontier K9 we’re thinking more about dog school than human school.
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”
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?