One Paw at a Time uses humane, reward based training methods that are founded in science and learning theory.

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Services Offered

I offer in-home behavior assessments and private training addressing:

  • Separation anxiety
  • Fear reactivity
  • Resource guarding
  • Aggression
  • Canine compulsive disorder
  • Destruction
  • Phobias
  • Impulsivity
  • Canine cognitive disorder
  • Puppy training
  • Basic obedience
  • Home modifications for special needs dogs



  • Free 20 min phone consultation
  • Initial assessment (approximately 90 minutes): $155.00
  • Follow up sessions (up to 60 minutes): $105.00

Discounts available (with verification) for:

  • Seniors
  • Physically Disabled
  • Military/first responders
  • Rescue organizations and nonprofits

I currently serve West/North metro Denver and foothills including Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Lakewood, Golden, Genesee, Evergreen, Thornton, Westminster and Northglenn.

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My Training Philosophy

All dogs have the capacity to learn given the right set of circumstances.  It is important to build trust, create a safe learning environment, and communicate clearly to succeed at changing behavior. 

Reward based training encourages dogs to repeat the behaviors asked of them without using force or punishment. You will still be teaching your dog to have good manners and be obedient without running the risk of increasing undesirable behaviors or potentially damaging your relationship.

Each dog is an individual. Not all dogs learn at the same pace nor are they motivated by the same rewards. I am patient and will create a program that is paced appropriately for you and your dog, setting you both up for success.

Why it's great for you

You and your dog will love that I focus on making training easy, effective, and painless. Training should be the highlight of your dog's day, and you should know that it's working.

You get both with One Paw at a Time dog training.

Your dog is not trying to give you a hard time; your dog is having a hard time. One Paw at a Time is here to help.