Two Bears Dog Training
Two Bears Dog Training will give the human member of the team a happy, obedient companion and the puppy the focus, clarity and consistency of training they need. Teaching fundamental skills and foundation behaviors will set the stage for all training to follow. Using a reward based approach, we teach you how to train and live in harmony with your puppy. We have been training dogs in Boulder County and the surrounding area for 21 years. Our training staff has over 40 years of combined dog training experience. We have trained many different breeds of dogs and can offer our clients a wide knowledge of different tools and techniques to train your puppy.
Dog training, like all learning, is a process. At Two Bears Dog Training our job is to help you and your puppy with that process by giving you both the skills and the tools to continue the process as far as you want to take it.
Having a trained dog takes time, commitment and consistency on the part of the human. There are no shortcuts, silver bullets or magic devices. If a trained dog is what you really want, a companion who clearly understands what you want of him, we are the best trainers to help you with that process.
Creators of the
Let Me Be® Vest
Because the world is not a petting zoo!
The Let Me Be® Vest is a helpful communication tool to minimize unwanted interactions with people and dogs.
A variety of changeable messages are available.
Visit www.letmebevest.com to learn more or call (303) 828-5196 to purchase.
All of our dogs and cats thrive on TEFCO Performance Dog and Carnivore Meat, LLC raw meat diets.
Available in convenient frozen patties and rolls, just thaw and serve.
Also available in freeze dried as a meal or as a treat.
Ask us how to get your pet started on a healthy raw meat diet.
Helping humans and their dogs learn since 1997.
Two Bears Pet Services, Inc.
Quality Dog Training in Colorado
Berthoud, Boulder, Broomfield, Dacono, Erie, Firestone, Frederick, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Lyons, Niwot, Westminster
The Two Bears
Named for our two German shepherd dogs,
Cheyenne (Big Bear) and Ursa (Little Bear).