It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 12 times
5 years in business
(Mountain Time Zone)
8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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Dog training type
Board and train at a facility
Nora was very helpful and gave me very good suggestions on how to keep our dogs on track with their potty training. I would definitely recommend Best Dog Ltd.Mar 25, 2017Verified
My husband has been taking his Golden for training there and he absolutely loves. My husband is a wounded veteran and loves the small class and that they will work with a dog and their owner until they master the task.Jun 9, 2015Verified
Completely positive reinforcement- great way to train!May 16, 2017Verified
Nora and Nancy are awesome! I've not yet met their other trainer, Lisa, but I've heard great things about her. My BC puppy and I have attended Beginner, Intermediate Obedience and Intro to Agility classes. We have had so much fun and learned a bunch. Also, I've picked up many techniques to work on outside of class. These are great folks who use positive training methods which I feel are critical for a Border Collie's temperment. The only reason I didn't rate 5 stars is due to the small interior training area (which can be both good and not so good) but is controlled by smaller class sizes. Luckily, sections of the class can move outdoors as needed. I have been extremely happy with the the instruction for both myself and my Border Collie. Two thumbs up! :-)Oct 5, 2015
Dog TrainingMay 16, 2019Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My private sessions are $69 for a single hour and $180 for 3 one-hour sessions. I also hold Puppy and Basic Obedience classes which are $129 for each 6-week course. These are held at my shop in the Monument Shopping Plaza.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First I let my new client know that I only train with positive reward-based methods that build the best relationship with their dog while working on their training plans. Then, it's important to talk with my clients and find out their issues with their dog(s) and what their priorities are. I also like to give them some idea of how difficult it is to work on the problems they are having and generally how long it usually takes.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a graduate of The Academy for Dog Trainers - a rigorous 2 year program that focuses on all positive reward-based methods that are scientifically proven. I don't use any aversives including choke collars, pinch collars, or electric shock collars.