Gone to the Dogs!

20 Years of Caring for Douglas County Dogs.

To showcase our commitment to the health and well-being of our canine friends we've built a large dog training center within our new clinic.

We're also proud to continue our relationship with the Douglas County Sheriff K-9 Unit!

Fun Dog Facts:

  • The U.S. has the highest dog population in the world (France is 2nd)
  • Greyhounds can run up to 45 MPH
  • Lyndon Johnson had two beagles named Him and Her
  • A dog's mouth exerts 150-200 pounds of pressure per sq. inch (some exert up to 450!)
  • Dog nose prints are as unique as human finger prints
  • The largest breed of dog is the Irish Wolfhound
  • The smallest breed is the Chihuahua
  • Basset Hounds cannot swim
  • All dogs are identical in that they have 321 bones and 42 permanent teeth

Douglas County Sheriff's K-9 Unit

Franktown Animal Clinic continues its long tradition of assisting the Douglas County Sheriff K-9 Unit. Dr. Swieckowski and the team have been treating the dogs from the K-9 Unit for 17 years. We also provide in-depth canine first aid training to the K-9 officers.

You can help the K-9 Unit by Supporting Friends of Douglas County K-9! Funds to purchase new dogs for the Unit come solely from private donations. Friends of Douglas County K-9 has been established to help us give back to the K-9 Unit. Together we can help the Sheriff's Department continue this important community service!

Click here for more information on K9 Friends

All Dogs are Welcome at Franktown Animal Clinic!

Be they large or small (like these little guys), we'll take great care of your doggie friends. Dressing them is up to you!





 

Good Family Dog: Learn from a Dog Behavior Specialist!

Laura Brody has been successfully training dogs for 30 years. She applies extensive study of dog behavior and body language in her classes. "My whole training philosophy is about setting the dog up to succeed," says Brody.

Laura is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer, a Canine Good Citizen Evaluator with the AKC, a graduate of Animal Behavior College and a Safe Harbor Lab Rescue Behaviorist. "And, I'm funny. Ask anyone!."

Join Laura in our large training facility at Franktown Animal Clinic for her "Success Oriented, Seriously Fun Training."

Click here for the Good Family Dog Class Schedule

 

How about a "Pawsative Approach" to Dog Training?

Patti Yoensky of Pawsative Approach Dog Training is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer with more than 20 years experience. Utilizing the popular "clicker" method of training, Patti specializes in early puppy management and has worked with dogs of all ages and breeds to teach basic and advanced obedience skills. Click the link, below, to learn how Patti can help train your dog in the comfort of your home!

Pawsative Approach Dog Training