Welcome to No Limits Canine Learning Center. We are a positive reinforcement only center. Meet our team!
Erin Polk, M.Ed., BCBA
Erin has been working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis for the past 20 years, although mostly with humans. She currently has a behavior therapy company (No Limits Behavioral Solutions) for both children and adults who need ABA therapy. For the last two and a half years she has been volunteering at her local shelter (Teller County Regional Animal Shelter- TCRAS) which really turned her desire to helping her animal friends as well. This is also where she met her future service dog Oliver! Erin is an avid volunteer for the Doggy Day Out program. See this video for more information on this amazing program: https://youtu.be/cdLc5GFDWYQ
Erin is currently enrolled in the Karen Pryor Professional Dog Trainer program and will graduate in September! She will then work on her certifications with both the CCPDT and IAACB!
Currently Erin has an amazing pack of 6 dogs and several cats and an amazing wife who puts up with her love for all things animals. She loves to go hiking, kayaking, boating and camping and anything outdoors.
Erin also continues to actively foster dogs and puppies that come through the TCRAS shelter!
Chelsa DeWit, B.S. ABA, CPDT-KA
Director of Canine Programming and Chief Training Officer
Chelsa has her Bachelor’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. She has been working with dogs using positive reinforcement methodologies for over 20 years. She is currently a Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA) and will be working toward several more certifications! She’s a member of the IAABC (International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants) and the APDT (Association of Professional Dog Trainers), and is an AKC/CGC evaluator. Chelsa has done a variety of training in different environments such as training wolves at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, worked as a vet tech and helped animals with veterinarian procedures, educated the public as an animal control officer and competed in various dog sport activities such as UKI agility, Barn Hunt, and Dock Diving. She has also done work with scent detection, tricks and obedience. She has led numerous classes over the last 10 years including basic and advanced obedience, barn hunt, tricks and problem solving maladaptive canine behavior. She has also done individual consulting throughout the years.
In her spare time, Chelsa loves to hike with her canine companions, further her dog training knowledge and volunteer at our local shelter, TCRAS. Currently she is working her dog Goose in agility and recently adopted reactive dog Mira! Basically she’s a big dog dork.
Chelsa, Goose and newly adopted Mira!
Canine Behavior Technician
Animals have been a huge part of Amie’s life from a young age. Her first job was at a veterinary’s office at the age of 16 and she learned quickly that she was going to work with animals one day. She had to put her career and dreams on hold for awhile so that she could raise her family, but in 2016 Amie decided it was time to start following her dreams and enrolled into Pikes peak community college and majored in Zookeeping technology, by December 2019 she graduated with an AAS. During the time at college the two courses that made a huge impact on her were animal training and animal behavior.
Her start in the animal field began at Pueblo Zoo as an intern working with exotic animals, then at a local shelter called TCRAS this is were she was able to apply her knowledge of animal training and behavior to help the animals there. Recently she enrolled in OSU to begin her journey to earning a bachelors degree in Zoology and is currently working towards training certificates.