Better Training.
Better Pets.
Success Stories:

"Front Range K9 Academy saved my
sanity & my dog!"
  ~ Kathryn Wirkus

"Two previous trainers had given up on
our reactive dog."   
~Morgan Herbruck

"We have done other training and the
past, and the training at Front Range K9
Academy has BY FAR been the best and
most effective."   
~Keavy McAbee

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28 Years of Professional
Experience.

We've been helping dogs and their families
since 1990.

No matter what kind of training your dog may
need, we can help.

From puppy training to problem solving and
aggression control, we have the experience
and knowledge to provide you with the right
training solutions.
Denver's Original  Front Range K9 Academy
(720) 839-1102
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Over 7500 Dogs and Counting

We have trained over 7500 dogs of all
ages, breeds, sizes and temperaments.  

At Front Range K9 Academy, we have one
goal:

Helping families keep their dogs.  And
helping dogs keep their families.
"Siobhan"
2003 - 2015
Co-founder and #1 Demo-Dog.
Gone, but never forgotten.
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Front Range K9 Academy / 6729 W. 44th Ave. / Wheat Ridge, CO / 80033   ///   frontrangek9@yahoo.com  ///  (720) 839-1102
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Is your dog a Pet...or a Problem?
Let's face it.  You got a dog for a reason.  Companionship.  Exercise.  Security.  A hiking buddy.  A friend for the kids.

Whatever your reason for getting a dog, if things aren't going exactly like you planned, Front Range K9 can help.  We'll show
you how to stop the nipping, jumping, barking, lunging, pulling, house soiling, destruction, anxiety, and yes - even aggression.

Imagine:

  • No more being dragged around like a rag doll.  

  • No more being embarrassed by having the 'bad' dog in the neighborhood.  

  • No more worrying about whether your dog is going to hurt someone.

  • No more being ashamed of your pooch when guests come to your house.
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