Colorado Springs

Dog Training Center

Exceptional Training

for Exceptional Companion Dogs


Owner - Pamela Leland KPA CTP, CPDT-KSA


Call for more information 719-499-8294

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Puppy Kindergarten

Please call a couple of weeks in advance to reserve a spot for your puppy so they can start classes when they reach 12 weeks old.


Puppy is enrolled for six weeks for $165.


Classes are taught 3 times a week and puppies may come to class 3 times a week!  The more training your puppy gets at this age, the better!


Puppies must be 12  weeks old and must have received their second series of shots as well as deworming.


Classes cover walking on a loose leash, sits, downs, stays, recalls, preparing for vet visits,  bite inhibition, focus, confidence building, and much more.


Class is taught by Pamela Leland KPA CTP, CPDT-KSA, IAABC.   Owner/head trainer.


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Advanced Puppy Program

Puppy is enrolled for six weeks for $165.


Classes are taught 3 times a week and puppies may come to class 3 times a week!   The more training your puppy gets during their adolescence the better! 


True fact: canine brains (limbic system and prefrontal cortex) are not fully formed until around 18 months old so during adolescence they struggle with impulse control.  Training gives them the structure they need to help them through this crazy stage.


Puppies in this class are typically  5 months old and older.  Puppies less than 24 months old are eligible to enroll.


Training focuses on good manners (greeting people and impulse control around other dogs) and basic obedience (sits, downs, stays, recalls) and loose-leash walking.


Class is taught by Pamela Leland KPA CTP, CPDT-KSA, IAABC.   Owner/head trainer.

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AKC Special Classes

AKC Canine Good Citizen (Basic, Advanced, and Urban.)  The six-week class is $165 and meets once a week. Class includes the CGC Test and ribbons.   Class size is limited.  The class is taught on a rotating basis so please call for the current class schedule or check the Calendar page.


AKC Trick Dog (all levels.)  This six-week class is $165 and meets once a week. Class includes the testing and ribbons.  Class size is limited.  This class is taught on a rotating basis so please call for the current class schedule or check the Calendar page.


Classes are taught by Pamela Leland KPA CTP, CPDT-KSA, IAABC.   Owner/head trainer.

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Shelley Bergstraser

Competition Obedience

Beginning Obedience for Conformation Dogs

Puppy Utility Obedience

Beginning Obedience

Monday and Thursday nights

719-641-6727


Sara Karl


Conformation Drop-Ins. Students must pre-register with Sara for the Conformation class on Tuesday nights. Class times vary so stay in close contact with Sara at 719-660-0518.




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Kathy Stabler

Scent Work classes are taught Wednesday mornings on-site. Classes fill quickly.


Contact Kathy directly at 719-648-6496.




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Deanna Tuley

Deanna teaches our Therapy Dog class and prepares the dog and handler for their evaluation through Pet Partners.


Deanna is the head of the Red Cross Therapy Dog teams at Evans Hospital at Fort Carson.


Contact Deanna directly at 970-390-6828.

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Helper Dog

This six-week class is $165 and meets once per week. This class teaches your dog to be a helper around the house and includes tasks like retrieving items, closing and opening doors and drawers, bracing, and an advanced level of obedience and manners.


This is not a Service Dog class but it does teach most of the skills used by a Service Dog inside the home.

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Pamela's Skills Classes

These classes are unique and driven by student requests. Check with Pamela to see when the next series will be offered.

Skills & Movement: pivots, positions, backing, and laterals. These skills contribute to the dog's movement in Obedience and Rally competition.


Performance Skills: the focus is on the small, but important, components of Obedience competition. For example, a backwards weight shift for the drop on recall and the forward weight shift for the scoop sit.


Positions: platform work, finding heel, finding front, fixing lagging and forging in heel, teaching movement on the left and right sides.


Challenge Class: a unique offering of challenging tasks for both the dog and handler. Exercises can include, but are not limited to, shape discrimination, casting from one distant location to another, walking elevated bars, shaping a unique behavior, and more.

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Rally-FrEe!

Class is taught on Friday afternoons and goes month-to-month.   In Rally-FrEe students learn beginner to advanced level skills.  In Rally-FrEe competitions students follow a course where the signs are Freestyle moves.   This format contributes to teaching precise moves, long behavior sequences, and great focus.


Class size is limited.   Call Pamela for details 719-499-8294.



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