Acme Canine is a strong paw print in the Central Ohio dog community.

We are proud to be part of the community we serve. As a small, independent dog training company, our clients are our neighbors – the people we know by name. Our business is built on a very simple philosophy: Provide the best canine resources to our clients, by a well trained, friendly and caring team. Combine it with a fun atmosphere and we call it Acme Canine!

Upcoming Events

Did you know

We look for opportunities to support other local businesses and non-profit dog related organizations, to improve responsible dog ownership and help keep money and jobs in the community…

  • We volunteer our time speaking on dog related topics at local libraries, schools and Safety towns
  • We provide therapy dogs for the Ohio State University Wellness days
  • We contribute to local nonprofit organizations and each year select a specific non profit to raise $1,000 to assist them
  • We offer an internship program for the Ohio State University students interested in dog-related business
  • We collect pet food donations for WALOP and Hospets
  • Our website partner is a local business
  • Our signage is by a neighborhood business
  • Our logowear (T-shirts) are printed by a neighborhood business
  • Our artwork is created by local artists

Articles Published

Highland Lakes Life

Sponsor of The Month: Featuring Acme Canine

Angie’s List:

Spring Cleaning tips for you and your dog

Teach your dog who’s boss

How to protect your pets in the sun and heat

Pet Boarding & Daycare Magazine:

One on One vs. Group Training

Safe Practices for the Winter Months

Separation Anxiety

Leadership and Coaching of Dogs

Spring Cleaning for dogs

New Year’s Resolutions going to the dogs

Lessons Facility Owners should be teaching their clients

Dog-centricity: providing a pleasant and relaxed experience for Dogs

Trotters and Pacers: what gait can tell you about a dog

Lead comparisons for training

Pet Care Services Association:

Dog training lingo


Dog-trainer-Speak Translated! An explanation of dog training terms

The Ballentrae Banner:

what it means to be your dog’s leader Part 1

The Tartan Times:

what it means to be your dog’s leader Part 2

In The Media

ABC 6:

Spike’s Pool Party

All Sides With Anne Fisher:

Understanding the way dogs think

Acme Canine Commercials:

Acme Canine: We teach dog owners new tricks

Acme Canine: Teaching dog owners new tricks

Yelp Commercial

NBC and ONN Interviews:

Acme Canine NBC4 Broadcast

Acme Canine on NBC4

NBC4 Coverage of HowlOween 2014

Woofie’s Retirement:

Acme Canine: Woofie the Demo Dog

Woofie’s retirement speech

Woofie’s retirement blog


Articles Written on Us


Top 20 Dog Boarders In Columbus

Best of Olentangy:

Acme Additorial

Angie’s List:

A Pawsitive Response

Country Living:

Attentive dogs know how to help struggling young children

Columbus Dispatch:

Joe Blundo Pampered Pets: what kennel owners are doing for your pets

Joe Blundo Canine critics put chew toys to the test

Joe Blundo Obama’s pup-ularity hinges on pooch picks

Delaware Council Communicator:

The Dog-tor is in: Benefits of Pet therapy

Olentangy Business Association News:

Acme Canine needs Ditties for Better Doggies

Olentangy Valley News:

Dog training center asks areas aspiring jingle writers for help

The Animal Insider:

Guilt by (breed) association

The Ballentre Banner:

Precious Pets Contest

The Daily Reporter:

Local woman isn’t dogging it with canine training biz

This Week News

We have a weiner


Acme Canine Jingle

Clifford’s jingle was just the catchy tune we were looking for, and fits in well with our personality. Coming to a radio, sock hop or iPod near you soon! Check out the lyrics!