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?
Walking your dogs is more than just a practice in personal health and enjoyment, but also should be a practice in being a good citizen when it comes to picking up your dog’s poop.
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…….”
We are in a very unique situation. Because of the Coronavirus, millions of Americans are staying at home in isolation and quarantine.
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”
BIG NEWS! We’re ready to grow and we want you to help us! So, we are starting the Frontier K9 Referral Program!
One of the best ways to make sure you’re able to treat your dog quickly while doing your training sessions, it’s important to have a treat bag at hand, full of your pup’s favorite treats!