Do you have a dog that pulls on their leash? Steals food off the kitchen counter? Acts aggressive towards other dogs or people? Destroys your house when left alone? Or maybe you have a new dog that you want to get started on the right path. Whatever you and your dog's situation, I can help. I work with you to create a training plan to fit you, your life and your dog. Training is life-long, so I work with you to help you maintain your dog's training long after the last lesson. 

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We know that each training situation is unique. That is why we work with you to create a personalized training plan that suits you, your dog, and your lifestyle. We want to help you solve today's issues, and will give you the tools to address any future unwanted behaviors and create a loving bond between you and your dog. Whether your dog is aggressive, anxious, or just needs to learn some manners, we can help you reach your training goals. We also know that training doesn't end at your dog's last lesson. Maintenance training is an often overlooked part of a dog's training. we won't abandon you to figure things out on your own. Instead, we have developed programs to help you with maintaining your dog's training for the rest of their lives. 

Lizzie Bloemer, Owner

Hi, my name is Lizzie Bloemer and I am the owner here at Rogue Hounds Training Co. I have loved dogs all my life, and took an active roll in training our family pets. But it wasn't until 2014 that I started down my dog training journey. I was working a normal soul-sucking job when my roommate brought home a new dog named Rue. Rue was sweet and loving and full of life, but she was also terrified of strangers. Over time, that fear started turning into aggression and she started biting and eventually had to be euthanized. After I moved to Colorado, I was determined to learn more about dogs and dog behavior so that I could prevent something similar from happening again. I started out working at a veterinarian's office, where I was exposed to hundreds of different dog breeds, personalities and temperaments. Then I started an internship under Spencer Bowman at Prestige K9, where I learned not only advanced obedience training, but how to rehabilitate anxious dogs, manage aggression, and stop reactivity. Once I completed the internship, I stayed on with Prestige K9 and worked my way up to Head Trainer, all the while learning more and more from other trainers and from every dog I trained. I currently live in Colorado Springs with my husband Colin, our Catahoula Leopard Hound, Jason, and our cat, Benjamin.  

Hanna Juel, Administrator and Assistant Trainer

Hello, my name is Hanna Juel and I have been working with animals for the better part of 9 years. I have experience working with a wide range of animals from as small and creepy as cockroaches and mice, to exotics such as birds and reptiles, all the way to our well known and loving cats and dogs. My passion has always been animals and my drive to become a dog trainer started back in 2015 when I started working for a shelter here in Colorado. At first, I started off as a kennel technician where I cleaned and cared for all the animals there, my specialty at the time was the exotic animals. As I moved through the shelter, I landed on a behavioral position where I assessed and worked with dogs. I was a part of the behavior modification program where I would take dogs that showed fear and aggression and work with them to feel comfortable and grow some confidence before adoption. I was there for about 4 years before finally leaving due to compassion fatigue, which is a sad reality of the sheltering world. During my time at the shelter, I got my first puppy, Momo. Momo is a border collie mix that was given to me by a family friend. She and her siblings were from an accidental litter and were extremely under socialized. When Momo, came to me she had only really known the inside of the closet she lived in and the outside world was completely new and terrifying for her. She came to me with a lot of fear based behavior and became my project dog and heart dog. Today we do lots of tricks together and she goes everywhere with me. After leaving the shelter world, I worked as a kennel technician at a vet office for about a year, where learned a lot about animal medicine. I wasn't really planning on leaving until I had been given my first opportunity to become a dog trainer! So in 2020, I started my dog training journey, fell in love and continue to pursue and grow in the field today.

Karla Lowrey, Assistant Trainer

Hello! My name is Karla Lowrey, and I am delighted to be in the role of Assistant Dog Trainer for Rogue Hounds. In the years I have been in the industry, I have had the opportunity to walk and work with every breed of dog common in the United States. I began my career with a dog walking job in Boston, moved on to a doggy daycare facility in North Carolina, and most recently worked as an Assistant Trainer and Daycare Manager at a training, daycare, and boarding facility in Southeast Ohio. I have a goldendoodle named Cider, and I'm pretty partial to poodle mixes. I can't wait to help you and your dog!






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