Lisa Lucero

Owner and Head Trainer - Over 16 Years Experience
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Laya - CD, CDX, UD, RN, RA, RE

Eagle Vom Linmarc - RN, RA, CD, MR1 OB, OAJ, OA

Haiku du Loups du Soleil - RA, MR1, MR2 (including High in Trial for MR2 Club level and 4th place MR2 Nationals 2015), MR3 with High in Trial for MR3 twice. Haiku is the 11th female dog to be titled at the highest level of Mondioring in US history.

Hero 16130 MR3 (perfect score level 1 (twice), high in trial level 2 (twice), 1st place in Level 3, 2021 and 2022 USMRA National Champion at MR3. World Championship competitor at level 3, scoring 12th place in the world. Senior Dock Diving Title

Lisa has multifaceted experience in competition obedience, protection sports, agility, nosework, dock dock diving and barn hunt. Lisa’s current passion is Mondioring, the international protection sport that challenges the dog and handler team in obedience, agility and protection. She was previously on the Board of Directors for the United States Mondioring Association, the President of Mile High Mondioring, President of Integrite Working Dog Club, and is a current member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers.

Lisa understands the value of education and constantly seeks learning opportunities from some of dog training’s greatest names. She has taken many classes and seminars in sport work and pet obedience, attended the Michael Ellis School for Dog Trainers, and apprenticed for two-years under Master Trainer Jennifer Hime of Front Range K9 Academy. This versatile education and network provides extensive experience in many different techniques in dog training, and really expands the ‘toolbox’ for training pet dogs.

Dog training is a journey, not a destination. There is always something more to learn. Lisa participates in clubs, and frequents workshops and seminars to exchange ideas and continue her education. Lisa has close relationships with some of the best dog trainers in the world, and works hard to incorporate the best techniques into all of the training programs for pet dogs.

A pedigree is what a dog should be
Conformation is what a dog appears to be
Performance is what a dog truly is

-Author Unknown