Extraordinary training. Extraordinary dogs.
Training and socialization are the cornerstones of a positive dog-parenting experience. In our years of research, we’ve discovered that a combination of obedience training and doggy day care is the key to a positive dog-parenting experience.

Our dog training professionals embrace our reward-based pawlosophy that focuses on fun and positive reinforcement. Classes encourage stronger relationships and build a foundation for good canine citizenship to develop happy, social and well-rounded dogs.

**New classes start on a regular basis, make sure to check the trainer’s websites for up coming classes**


Nicole Robinson, ABCDT, CPDT-KA, Owner of Canine Love and Logic LLC

Our training is provided by Nicole Robinson of Canine Love and Logic LLC. Nicole is an honors graduate of Animal Behavior College and holds a Certification by the Council of Professional Dog Trainers. She also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and was an elementary school teacher for eleven years. Nicole values education, building positive relationships and clear communication. She is a professional member of the Association of Dog Trainers and pursues ongoing education by attending professional seminars and workshops. Nicole keeps current on the dog industry’s latest literature and prides herself in her proactive spirit and positive, fun approach to training. When training owners and their dogs, Nicole’s goal is to provide dog owners with the tools they need to be the best they can be for their four-legged family member(s). She believes when we understand why our dogs behave the way they do, we can become better dog owners and our relationships with our dogs are enriched. Training should be fun for both owner and dog especially since our bonds with our canines are special and deserve the best.

Nicole offers a wide variety of reward-based training opportunities both privately and at Central Bark-Slinger. Nicole offers group classes, private lessons, and workshops as well as Behavior Consultations and Modifications for “problem behaviors”, including but not limited to, arousal on leash, separation anxiety, barking issues, inappropriate greeting behaviors, housebreaking and destructive behaviors such as chewing and digging.

Invest in the future of your dog and take the first step by calling or emailing Nicole for more information about our services. She looks forward to building a relationship with you and your dog(s)!

Nicole Robinson, ABCDT, CPDT-KA
Phone: 414.708.9084

Website: Canine Love and Logic


Robin Downing

Dogs have always been an integral part of my entire life. From a childhood spent roaming the country side with my two German Shepherds, to winning a contest for having the “smartest dog” with my dog Scottie, when I was 10, to my adult years spent caring for and training my neurotic and lovable Chocolate Lab, George, to my current life spent with my three dogs, Lola, Walter, and Beatrice.

There have been so many dogs, both my own and others, that have taught me so much about life, patience and unfailing love. It is my strong love for dogs (and people too!) that inspired me to make the leap into professional dog training. It was George, my first dog as an adult, who cemented my passion and skill for working with dogs, as well as my introduction into clicker training. I couldn’t believe how quickly, and enthusiastically, he learned! I am one of the trainers with Cold Nose Canine and attended the Karen Pryor Academy, graduating with distinction in December of 2016. I’m so happy to be doing what I love and helping people with their beloved companions by teaching classes and doing private consultations.

Website: Cold Nose Canine