The first step in your dog’s training is teaching your dog to look at you on cue. With this behavior, you will be able to keep your dog focused on you while at home and while on a walk. This foundation behavior will help you have success while training your dog.

Every person and their dog have a unique relationship between each other. My hope is that I can help you discover the path to life with your dog! On Fridays Doggie Dojo will have dog training content that will help you focus on your goals with your dog, unite in understanding one another, and nourish your relationship to greater life together. Each video will have fun and inspiring content to help you train your dog. I also hope to find out more about you and your dog as the Doggie Dojo community grows to help us all have an amazing life with our canine companions.

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One Comment

  1. Sherry Davis

    September 16, 2018 at 8:42 pm

    I have a dog that is completely and obsessively focused on my horses when they walk by the fence. I've been working with him on the "look at me" that I'm using to work them on their leashes–to start watching me to know where we are going to go and what we are going to do. But the horses at the fence is out of control…any ideas?


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