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Gigi & Co Pet Products is open!
-owned and operated by Angela Cicero
Pro tips for attending classes-
- Grab a gym bag or a backpack
- Add a bottle of water and a bowl
- Bring a variety of small soft tasty treats. Most dogs prefer meat-based treats. Be sure to bring at least 1/2 to 1 cup to each class.
- Have some thing for your dog to lay on so they can relax on any surface.
- A bully stick or frozen Toppl can keep your dog busy while you are not training.
Thank you everyone for your support!
About Gigi Moss
Gentle, modern training for dogs and their people
I teach reward-based, force-free dog training to families in the Boulder area. Using humane, scientific learning theories, I’ll show you how to teach your dog to be a happy, well-behaved, and reliable companion. I will never use training tools that cause harm or fear such as choke collars, prong collars or shock collars.
When you foster the human-animal bond (through praise, food, toys, and other forms of positive reinforcement) in all kinds of real-world situations, dogs learn faster, adapt better, stay calmer and remain more focused.
Forming a good relationship
Whether it’s basic dog training or more advanced skills for off-leash hiking, or solving behavior issues, including aggression, having a good relationship with your dog makes everything easier – for both of you.Read More
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What clients sayRecent reviews
I met Gigi 8 years ago shortly after I adopted Scout, my 6-month old Border Collie/Cattledog rescue from the Humane Society. Unfortunately Scout had poor socialization skills because of timidity and fear. My goal was to provide Scout with a healthy physical and emotional life so that she could learn to trust, and find an expert trainer to teach us the skills. Gigi’s approach of positive reinforcement training was exactly what we needed. I continue to use these methods with Scout daily and the training tools Gigi provided are now second nature. Because Gigi has decades of experience, compassion and commitment her training techniques work. Scout and I are proof. We remain avid attendees of Gigi’s Good Dog Club in order to practice “good dog” skills while enjoying a safe venue with a variety of dogs.
Nearly 10 years ago, my family turned to Gigi for help with our fearful border collie, Lilly. Unlike other trainers who pretty much gave up on us, Gigi helped us teach Lilly the skills she needed for a happy life. We adopted a new border collie puppy, Clover, in September 2014. Just four days after her arrival home, Clover attended her first puppy class with Gigi. We’re thrilled to have Gigi as part of our puppy’s life. For us, it’s well worth the drive from Golden to take classes with Gigi each week.