We have developed training programs that follow social distancing practices.

Dog Training Elite Denver Blog

The Importance of Spaying / Neutering Your Dog

Post by: Andrea on Jul 20th 2020

If you have adopted an intact dog and are wondering whether you should have your new pet fixed, the answer should most definitely be yes! While this is a personal decision every pet owner must make, the benefits of fixing your dog greatly outweigh the cons. Most pet specialists and veterinarians could even agree that there are no downsides to spaying or neutering, only benefits. So, if you are thinking about leaving your dog intact, take a look at the main benefits of spaying or neutering first:

read more

Dog Training Elite Denver is Open!

Post by: Susan on Jun 24th 2020

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Dog Training Elite Denver has organized our training programs to fit social distancing and heightened sanitation measures. We have been approved to offer our in-home training and group classes in Denver.

read more

Why is my Dog Aggressive to Other Dogs?

Post by: Andrea on Jun 22nd 2020

Nothing ruins a day at the dog park faster than inter dog aggression. If you're struggling with a dog that is aggressive and hostile towards other dogs, you may be wondering how to teach your pet proper social skills. Aggression is typically a learned behavior that can be difficult to correct without professional evaluation.

read more

Harness or Collar: Which is Better for Your Dog?

Post by: Andrea on May 26th 2020

It's important for your dog to have everything he or she needs for a happy, comfortable life. While a collar is essential for safety, a sturdy and comfortable harness that fits your dog properly will make walking a more enjoyable activity for both you and your dog. If you have a particularly disobedient dog that loves pulling, professional dog training that covers basic obedience can help. Dog Training Elite offers various obedience dog training programs in Denver.

read more

The Malinois Foundation: a PTSD Success Story

Post by: Ninthroot on May 22nd 2020

Josh, a U.S. Air Force Veteran, came to The Malinois Foundation in hopes of finding a canine companion who could help him reacclimate to civilian life after serving in Afghanistan. Over 1,000 miles away from Josh's home town in Arizona, our San Antonio franchise had a one-year-old fully trained PTSD service dog named Gizmo fall into their laps.

read more