1. Playing Tug With Your Dog

    When I first started dog training I thought the only way to reward a dog was with treats... I was so wrong! Dogs are rewarded in many different ways and each and every dog is motivated by something different. Not all dogs want to play tug, not all dogs will respond to treats, you have to find what motivates your dog to perform and when they perform, BAM! Here is your reward. I created a video the …Read More

  2. Training Protection Dogs – The importance of dog obedience

    The first thing to be trained in any protection dog is obedience. There are many reasons for this but I want to start off with the biggest one: LIABILITY If you are training your dog to protect you and to bite other people you have a big liability on your hands if the dog does not have excellent obedience. If your dog breaks away from you and bites an innocent person you have an instant lawsuit on…Read More

  3. Loveland Dog Obedience Training

    Dog training is a delicate art. It takes a lot more than most people think, and because of that there are many untrained and undertrained dogs that have problem behaviors that are truly frustrating for any dog owner. At Kelevra K9 our dog training techniques are proven to get results. We focus on the dog's core genetics to determine which type of training will be best for your dog. Each breed and …Read More