the story of dreamlike4paws
Growing up in Germany, since I can remember I always loved animals of all sizes and wanted dogs. When my parents finally got their mixed breed Celly I loved spending every possible moment with her and teaching her tricks whenever I could.
In 2017, we finally got our working Golden Retriever Gin-Hendrick and I fell completely in love training him. Even though he daily proves not to be an easy dog, I love all the challenges he presents to us and see our relationship grow. In 2020 be got our second Golden Hercinia-Pathfinder, who is a wonderful girl to work and live with.
I have since trained and studied in Germany and England with various trainers and training styles and worked 2018-2023 in England as a dog trainer.
With our move to Colorado in 2023 the vision of my own dog school finally became reality and I am looking forward to helping you and your dog.
Find out more about our experience & expertise
I am helping dogs and their pet parents to find their best possible relationship by using reward based training methods.
I am considering each individual dog, pet parent and their environment when training or helping with behavioral issues and strengthening the bond between the pet parents and their dog.
I believe the main training should be done by the pet parents as it will help the bond and mutual understanding as well as enhance clear communication.
Every family is different and therefore no training style fits all - together we find what helps you best and most efficient.
I am here to help you on your journey.
Dogs are sentient beings that think and can feel. They feel pain, grief and affection, sadness, joy, fear and loss. Our understanding of them has dramatically changed in the last 10 years and continues to do so. This should reflect in our training methods and how we approach and live with our dogs.
I want to help you to have the best possible relationship with your companion full of love and fun, while living it's best possible life based on its breed and character.
"Everyone can have the dog they deserve."