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We'll talk about where you are in your business, where you want to go and what's stopping you from getting there. And you'll leave with some clear ideas about what to go and do next

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10 things to focus on to build a sustainable dog business

No dog trainer I've ever met has gotten into the industry because they want to run a business.

It's about helping people and their dogs.

BUT in order to do that, you have to be able to run your business in a sustainable way that doesn't burn you the fuck out, or you aren't helping anyone.

I've put together a free guide to help you figure out where you need to be focusing in order to build a sustainable, scalable business that provides the life you need while helping the people and dogs you want.

Yes please, I need this!

10 Things to Remember While Grieving Your Dog

Losing our dogs is one of the hardest things we'll ever have to go through.

Losing our soulmates, our best friends, our partners, our children, our biggest support system, our very reason for being for a lot of us.

And it fundamentally changes us.

We never get over it, we learn to live around it. I put this guide together to help people who are in the different stages of grieving that loss, while in the process of grieving that loss myself.

I hope it helps you too.


Most dog trainers get into their own businesses fueled by a desire to help dogs, and help people.

Unfortunately that means starting a business without the knowledge or experience of what running a business actually takes.

And that leads them to working way too much, for way too little, with the wrong kinds of clients and wondering why they are so tired and stressed and have no fucking time for anything except their business.

It doesn't have to be that hard.

Learning how to build, run and scale a dog training business that has systems in place that allow it to operate like a business is vital to being able to stay in business and continue to help dogs and help people.

This podcast is for dog trainers tired of running their business like every other trainer and ready to step into building a fucking dog training empire without it taking over their entire life

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The Value of Dog Training

Dog trainers and money, amiright??

One of the most fucked up things in our industry is this underlying, pervasive belief that you can either care about the dogs and want to help OR you can charge enough that you make good money.

Well, I call bullshit. Caring about your job doesn't mean you should do it for free.

Or for an amount of money that doesn't actually meet your financial needs.

You're not greedy if you want to be financially solid. Nor does it mean you don't give a shit about the dogs.

Sarah Stremming and I sat down to have this very important discussion, on her Cog Dog Radio podcast.

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Advocating for your dog

It's a good idea, right? 

It's something we all should be doing, right?

It's something we all should be helping our clients do too, right?


And also…

There's a whole bunch of shit that can get in the way of people being able to advocate for their dogs.

Hannah Brannigan and I sat down and had a fucking fantastic chat about it. 

So if you don't always know how to advocate for your dog in certain situations, or wish you were better at it.

And/or if you wish your clients were better at advocating for their dogs and want to know how you can help them do that.

And you haven't listened to this episode yet (I mean really, even if you have, give it another listen!)

This episode of the Drinking from the Toilet podcast is for you!

Shut Imposter Syndrome the Fuck Up Webinar

The term Impostor Syndrome is used widely in the dog industry.

I've never met a dog trainer who didn't struggle with it in some way.

But what it is? Where does it come from? (hint: you're not broken, it's not a "you" problem.)

And most importantly - what can we DO about it? (This isn't another "oh yeah, you definitely have this problem - ok have fun figuring out how to fix it!" webinar).

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Handling Conflict in the Dog Training Industry

The dog training industry is unregulated, we know that. And that causes a lot of issues.

One of the biggest issues though, is how many trainers get sucked into shit slinging, threatening, shaming, name calling and attacking other people in the name of "making a difference".

Well, that doesn't really make a difference, in fact it makes things so much worse in so many ways.

So let's talk about it. Let's talk about:

1) How to best talk about the things that matter to us so that it actually effects change rather than becomes a fight (i.e how to be part of the solution, not part of the problem);

2) How to respond (and protect ourselves) when people are attacking and shit slinging;

3) How to protect your mental and emotional energy when having these hard conversations.