Meet Amber & Roo
Amber Quann \\ KPA-CTP, CPDT-KSA
Owner & Head Trainer
Serving Fort Collins, Wellington, Windsor & Loveland, Colorado
Services: Private Lessons, Training Hikes, Group Classes & More!
"Roo and I have been adventuring together since the first day I brought him home."
Summit Dog Training Owner and Head Trainer, Amber Quann, has been training dogs since age 10. Through participation in a 4-H dog club, Amber grew up competing in various dog sports, including rally, agility, obedience, and conformation. Her Australian Shepherd, Roo, is her constant companion and adventuring partner; together, they enjoy hiking, backpacking, walks in the park, and, recently, working on dog parkour titles!
Amber is fascinated by the bond that grows between dogs and their owners as they adventure together, and promoting this special connection is a significant part of Summit Dog Training's mission. Amber is a graduate and Certified Training Partner with the Karen Pryor Academy and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer - Knowledge & Skills Assessed through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers. Amber is also an approved evaluator for the American Kennel Club's Canine Good Citizen program.
Sarah Stiles \\ KPA-CTP
Sarah has been an animal lover since childhood - she was one of those children always dragging animals home asking “can we keep it?”. Her specific interest in training and behavior started when she co-founded A Soft Place to Land in 2010, a rescue helping breeding dogs from commercial breeding facilities. The special attention these dogs needed prompted Sarah to learn as much as she could about positive reinforcement practices in training As ASPTL became known as a rescue that would take less-than-easily adoptable dogs with either medical or behavioral needs, Sarah fostered dogs of all shapes, sizes, and behavioral challenges. Sarah is a graduate and Certified Training Partner of the Karen Pryor Academy.
Serving Fort Collins, Colorado
Services: Level 1 & Level 2 Group Classes, Basics Private Lessons
Emily has worked in animal welfare professionally for nine years, and has always been committed to connecting humans with the tools they need to build a mutually-beneficial bond with their pet. Her previous work, including running a trail ride and horseback instruction program and coordinating adoptions at a Denver-area shelter, has centered on communication and dignity in human-animal interactions. She is certified in Animals & Human Health, and her dogs, Tuvia and Dally Girl are her best companions on trails and road trips.
Serving Summit Students Everywhere!
Services: Email & Phone Communications and Scheduling Magic!