Yearly Archives: 2012

Von – Buster

 After six dog trainers I started to give up hope for my Australian Kelpie mix, then I met Michael. I knew immediately just from his relaxed confident tone in his voice that he was different. Through Michael’s positive and extensive training techniques, patience, and a [...]

Renea Dahms DipCBST, RMT, CTDI

It has been my experience that Michael Curran is an excellent trainer with an outstanding knowledge and experience base. One can hire Michael with confidence and know their dog will be treated with the utmost respect as will the owner. Should Michael ever move closer [...]

Rise VanFleet, PhD, CDBC

If I had a dog who needed training or who had some behavior problems and I lived in the greater Denver area, I’d head to Michael Curran. It’s been my pleasure to know Michael as a fellow dog trainer and behaviorist for a few [...]

Gina – Chip

My adolescent dog, Chip, loves people, dogs, and especially rabbits and squirrels. This “love” caused him to become overstimulated very quickly and he stayed amped up… we like to say he gets “crazy eyes”. For example, he would see a rabbit and lose it… [...]

Julie – Pisces

Michael is the best! His knowledge and passion has helped me learn and grow with my 16 month old pup, Pisces. Michael helped me understand and change my “old school” mindset and ideas such as Alpha Dog training. The work he does is so [...]

Emily – Mowgli

When we adopted Mowgli, a three year old Catahoula mix, we knew he would require lots of training and love. However, the more he bonded with us, the more his anxiety grew. We realized we needed professional help to prevent angry neighbors and diffuse [...] Do you speak dog?

Siku and Presley are two beautiful pups that hang out with Michael Curran the owner of Clicker Logic. Michael adopted both dogs when he was volunteering at a Border Collie Rescue. Siku found Michael first about four years ago. He was very nervous and hid [...]

Stress, fear and the 9News Kyle Dyer bite incident

When looking at any “unexpected” behavior from a dog, the first thing I think about is how stress affected the situation. Stress, and how a dog naturally learns to manage and cope with stress, is a major contributing factor in how a dog is able [...]

Analysis of the Denver 9News Kyle Dyer bite

Denver — In light of the Feb 9, 2012 dog bite of 9News anchorperson Kyle Dyer, I have decided to start this blog, beginning with a 5 part blog series covering all aspects of the bite, and our relationship with dogs. I hope you find [...]

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