We truly care about your dog and are committed to helping you build your relationship while making training enjoyable for you and your dog through repetitions and consistency!
We offer private sessions with you and your dog at home or in public, and a board and train program which includes your dog living with a trainer for two weeks minimum to work on obedience, confidence building, household manners, any behavioral issues and much more!
We offer a free consultation so we can meet and chat about what your goals are with your dog. This is your time to see if Honorable K9 will be a good fit for you and your dog! If you choose us, we will immediately begin training and having fun!
Kiya and Ronin working on the "place" command
This country has many first responders and military personnel that give up so much and put their lives on the line daily and we are honored to give back to them! Ask about our military and first responder discounts!
Tyler and his wife Rachel live in Nampa, ID. with their dogs, Kiya, Ronin, and Glitch as well as their horses Hank, Oliver, and Chief. Tyler has had dogs throughout his whole life and found his passion for training after rescuing his female German Shepard, Kiya. He loves teaching others and says that a huge aspect of dog training is training the owners. He has completed multiple courses about dog training/behavior, dog psychology, and continues to learn as much as he can so that he can help more dogs. He served in the United States Coast Guard for 14 years doing Port Security and has helped train and decoy Military Working Dogs and Law Enforcement K9's throughout the United States. He currently has contracts with the City of Meridian Police Department and the City of Nampa Police Department to help their K9's during their weekly training. His goal is to help build every dog owners relationship with their dogs and make life enjoyable for both owner and dog.
Brenden started his dog training journey when he brought his German Shepherd, Reagan into his life. Since then, he got a Belgian Malinois, Kilo. He has worked with both of them on various training from basic obedience to personal protection. Brenden was a correctional deputy for a short time then worked his way up as a leader at a local gym. He is very passionate about working with dogs and decided to make a career change while he mentored under Tyler. Brenden is now a member of Honorable K9 and is a huge asset to the team, helping families daily build their relationships with their dogs.