Recall and Outdoor Focus Online Class

Does your dog have eyes for everything when you are about and about … except for you? Distracted by smells, dogs, people, wildlife; and not able to train with and focus on you?
This is your class!

Compete With Distractions

Learn how to catch your dog’s attention and keep it, no matter the surroundings. Your dog can learn to focus on you completely, even in a busy environment.

Gradual Progression

Step-by-step video instructions will guide your dog through the learning process. We start out easy and gradually progress to exercises such as calling off of toys and full food bowls.

Lifetime Access

Once you are signed up, the course is yours and you can always go back and revisit lessons. Your dog needs a recall  refresher down the line? No problem.

We have all been there – frustrated by a dog who takes off every time you unclip his leash. Not listening, not interested, not focused.


The good news is – we can train dogs to pay attention among distractions, just like we can train them to sit. The secret lies in the right approach.


If our dog has a long history of running off, we cannot expect him to suddenly change his mind and come when called every time. Instead, we need to rebuild his recall. In this class we begin by teaching our dog simple games that you will play in a variety of situations, gradually making the scenarios more and more difficult.


As the dogs progress, the games get a bit harder. We introduce some distractions such as food on the ground. Throughout all games we show our dog that one thing always pays off: Coming when called and paying attention to us.

All videos feature our professional trainer working with multiple dogs of a variety of breeds, ages and temperaments. The video lessons allow you to watch positive and successful training and put it into practice right away with your own dog.


Most owners work through this class with their dog within 2-3 months.


Our Recall and Outdoor Focus Class is $69.

This class is for all the free spirits, the ones who always have the nose on the ground and their attention elsewhere.

Try out this exercise from our class for teaching your dog to leave food on the ground and coming when called:
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