Our Redmond, OR location (right outside of Bend) is located minutes from Redmond International Airport.
Our facility is 6400 feet of indoor space and also has two large outdoor yards and numerous outdoor runs. We have four separate kennel rooms that we can divide dogs up based on their state of mind, behaviors, and if they are crate trained.
We have a large training area, a mock living room area for consultations, a bathing and feeding station and a huge indoor pool!
Our facility is monitored by state of the art security system with smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and high-tech cameras with microphones in every room with two way communication. Owners and some employees live 5 minutes away.
We are surrounded by acres of BLM land where we take dogs to hike and explore. We are minutes from downtown Redmond and all it’s amenities. We love to take board and train students to practice in real world environments like local breweries, coffee shops, or to swim in the river. We have spared no expense at the facility using all state of the art equipment and supplies to keep your family members as safe and happy as they can be.
The original Flash Dog Training location is in Wheat Ridge, CO in between Denver and the Rocky Mountains. We are easily accessible off highway 70 and perfectly located next to beautiful Prospect Park and Clear Creek.
Our OG location is an In-Home training set up. We run FDT Colorado out of our home, so there is a trainer living with the dogs! We have two crate rooms to separate the quieter from the noisier pups. The house and all rooms have smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as well as cameras that can be viewed at any time through the trainers’ phones.
We have a gravel as well as grass yard and a huge training space in the front of the house. We have a bathroom for doggie baths and a large deep freezer to accommodate raw diets.
This location is easily accessible to the amenities of Wheat Ridge and there is a 24 hour emergency vet less than half a mile down the road from the house. We are licensed through PACFA (Pet Animal Care Facilities Act).
Our Colorado location is a smaller, more intimate training setting. Your dog will be incorporated into our trainers’ daily routines of life; hanging out on place at dinner time and if it’s not harmful to their particular training needs, cuddling on the couch for some Netflix.
Dogs are taken on regular field trips to local parks as well as adventures in the mountains.