Denver Dog Works closing training center, will remain in business

October 27, 2011

For Immediate Release

Denver Dog Works is closing its training center but will remain in business. 

Denver, CO–August 2, 2011–Denver Dog Works is closing its training center on Parker Road in Denver but will remain in business.

The training facility will begin the shutdown process immediately and is scheduled to officially close during the fourth quarter of 2011.

“We could not come to terms on lease agreements and we regrettably will no longer be able to offer training services at our training center. We will remain in business.” said, Michele Forto, business manager and lead trainer at Denver Dog Works.

The company plans to invest its energy to strengthen its nationwide service dog training program and in-home sessions throughout the Denver area.

“We recognize that the landscape of Denver Dog Works is changing and we want to make sure that we take care of our current and future clients,” said Forto. “In the coming weeks we will be offering a brand new service that is not offered by any other training center in the Rocky Mountain region.”

Denver Dog Works has been in business since 2006 and is a division of Dog Works Training Centers, LLC. It is owned and operated by husband and wife team, Robert and Michele Forto and has built its name and reputation as a solid family run business in the Denver area.


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