How to Overcome Your Fear of Failure and Find Success as a Dog Trainer
Feeling more confident in your decision to become a dog trainer, but still have questions regarding how safe or fun this career path truly is?
After watching the last video, I hope you found the confidence you need to keep pushing forward as you work toward your dream of becoming a professional dog trainer. But, I have a feeling you still have some big questions on your mind regarding this career path…
In my next video, “The 5 Golden Rules: How to Use My Proven Dog Training System“, I’ll show you why my training methods will work for you every time, regardless of how big, small, energetic, aggressive, or stubborn a dog may be.
Doggy Dan is the founder of The Online Dog Trainer, a wildly successful online training program for dog owners. He has years of experience dealing with every type of behavioural dog issue and has worked with all breeds and ages of dogs. Over the last decade, he has helped over 57,000 people successfully train their dogs using the exact method found in the Dog Trainer Academy and has thousands of testimonials to show for it.
Since establishing himself as a respected dog trainer, Doggy Dan has written the book What the Dogs Taught Me About Being a Parent, published by Random House.
On top of a successful book, 250,000 people from around the world subscribe to Doggy Dan’s blog site, and he has been featured in a number of magazines, including Women’s Weekly.
Dan has also appeared as a regular guest on a number of radio shows and made several TV appearances, recently showing up on The Real Housewives of Auckland.
Dan is a big supporter of animal rights, and has written a number of articles and attended the SPCA National Conference in New Zealand as a Keynote speaker.
His goal is to continue to share his unique approach to dog training with like-minded people who wish to make a difference in the world of dogs. He hopes that his training methods, which focus on creating and building connections between dogs and dog owners, will be shared and used around the world.
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