Wake up, Denver. Is Your Dog Running the Show? Take Back Control (Before They Start Wearing Your Pants) - Using Basic Obedience Training

Let’s face it: You live in a dog’s paradise. Denver has it all, from chasing squirrels in City Park to sniffing out the best fire hydrant next to the best brewery, life’s a walk in the park for our furry friends. 

But for you, dear human, it can feel more like a never-ending episode of “Jackass,” starring your dog as the resident prankster.

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Is your life a montage of these delightful experiences?

  • Your morning jog resembles a tug-of-war competition with a furry land shark attached to your leash.
  • Walks in public involve a constant game of “Dodge the Other Dog” with unsuspecting people and other dogs.
  • “Leave it” seems to be their favorite foreign language, one they have zero intention of learning.
  • “Sit” is only acknowledged when it involves the strategic placement of a treat directly under their nose (and even then, it’s a coin toss).

Fear not, fellow Denver dog owner! You’re not alone in this hilarious, yet slightly terrifying, reality. That’s where I, Lance, the Dog Trainer with a healthy dose of sarcasm (think Ryan Reynolds with a treat pouch), come in.

Here’s the deal: Your dog doesn’t actually want to be a furry dictator. They just haven’t met the right human translator (that’s me!). I specialize in teaching Dog Obedience Training all over Denver, which is basically a crash course in “How to Speak Human” for your canine companion.

But before you picture some militant drill sergeant barking orders at your precious pup, let me assure you: My training methods are as effective as they are hilarious. Think less boot camp, more improv comedy show starring your dog as the adorable (and occasionally mischievous) lead.

Here's a sneak peek at what you and your furry friend can expect:

  • Leash Training: We’ll ditch the tug-of-war and transform your walks into a collaborative effort. It’ll be like you’re on a scenic stroll with a tiny Sherpa, guiding you to the best belly rubs in town.
  • Potty Training: Accidents happen, but let’s minimize the “OMG, did my dog just use that potted cactus as a personal fire hydrant?” moments. You’ll be a pro at deciphering those pre-pee “Gotta go, gotta go!” signals.
  • Basic Commands: “Sit,” “Stay,” “Come” – these won’t be empty threats anymore. Your dog will (eventually) understand that obeying earns them the good stuff (treats, belly rubs, the occasional squirrel they can “pretend” to chase).
  • Behavioral Issues: Barking at shadows? Stealing your socks like a furry kleptomaniac? We’ll address those quirks with a healthy dose of humor and positive reinforcement. Remember, a tired dog is a well-behaved dog (and by tired, I mean mentally stimulated, not physically exhausted from chasing squirrels).

By the end of our training, your dog will:

  • Actually listen to you (most of the time).
  • Understand that chasing squirrels is a spectator sport, not an Olympic event.
  • Recognize that your furniture is not a chew toy buffet.
  • Develop a deep appreciation for the finer things in life, like belly rubs and treats (because, let’s be honest, that’s what truly motivates them).

And you, my friend, will:

  • Regain control of your leash (and possibly your sanity).
  • Enjoy public walks without constant apologies for your dog’s “enthusiastic greetings.”
  • Be able to confidently say, “Yes, my dog is trained,” without bursting into nervous laughter.
  • Develop a deeper bond with your furry companion, built on mutual respect and the occasional shared squirrel dream.

So, what are you waiting for? Stop living a life out of a "Americas Funniest Dogs" compilation video. Enroll your dog in Denver Dog Obedience Training today!

P.S. I promise there will be more laughter than tears (mostly mine, because let’s be real, some dog antics are just comedy gold). Also, feel free to bring your own supply of wine. Dog training is stressful for everyone involved (except the dog, of course. They’re too busy plotting their next sock heist).

Client Testimonials

“There aren’t enough stars! Lance is amazing! Not only does his program work, he makes training fun and accessible. ”
“Very thankful for Lance and his training. He has been so patient with our high energy dog. I was to the point where I could not walk our dog as he would just pull on his leash. Now, we can go on family walks ”
“Hands down, Lance is the best dog trainer in Denver. ”
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