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Dog Training That Promotes Tranquility

A "dojo" is a Japanese term meaning place of the way. So, The Dallas Dog Dojo is a source of education, as well as consultation, on the subject of dogs. In our perspective there is no "one" way to do anything. Especially when it comes to teaching and learning. How well you teach or learn, may depend on how well you know your capabilities, or better yet, your weaknesses. At the Dog Dojo our goal is to provide people with positive guidance to understand the art and the science of working with their dogs.

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Guiding Principles

We all can use guidance to accomplish many things. What I offer is guidance on the subject of dogs, their abilities, and capabilities. Ultimately we want our clients to feel confident in the general behavior of their dog. The Dog Dojo was created to be a source of education. We are here to teach you what you can do to live a positive and healthy life with your dog. The guiding principles of The Dog Dojo are as follows:

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Your New Puppy Deserves The Best...

The best care, the best food, the best owner?

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Every Dog Deserves To Run!

Do you supply your dog with exercise that meet their breed and personality requirements?

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A tired dog is a good dog!

Physical and mental stimulation are probably the most important thing one must provide their dog with, next to food and water of course. The fact is, in a more self reliant situation, dogs would be doing much more exercise than we generally supply them with. It is something you must accept and fulfill for their sanity and yours.

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Common Concerns

How long does it take to train my dog? Why do they not listen when it counts? And other important questions.

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Starting Along the Path of the Dog

"The beginning is the most important part of the work." - Plato When deciding to bring a new puppy or dog into your life, it is important to do some research and preparation to set yourself up for success.

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