Alongside my dog training journey, I discovered that there are many families that struggle with their dog. Going for a walk turned from one of life’s pleasures into a dreaded chore. Having visitors over went from a chance to socialize your dog into a tense moment because of the dog’s behavior. Having a puppy turned from waking up every day to a happy companion to waking up to a destroyed home. Having a dog went from a joy to a nightmare, where the only way out it seems like is either giving up your dog or worse.
Many people turn to group dog training classes, online help, or a friend that “knows dogs”. While all these are amazing ways to get started in training your dog, it often leaves the owner confused, frustrated, and overwhelmed. Sometimes dogs need a more detail-oriented approach. Sometimes dogs are beyond what is thought a trainer can help, and they are left without hope and with some grim choices. But the reality is that you don’t have to live this way. There are answers, there is hope.
Seeing the need for simple, easy to learn, but effective training that lasts a lifetime, I sought out to help dogs and their owners by founding Dogworx. I’ve been blessed to have helped rehabilitate countless of dogs from everyday struggles like leash pulling, biting, and bratty behavior to more severe dog behavioral challenges like anxiety and aggression.
Please take a good look around our website. Learn more about what we do, how we do it, and why it works (we post tons of great content and videos on Instagram and Facebook, so be sure to check those too!). We want to make sure you’re as excited to work with us as we are to work with you and your dog.
I take pride in the work we do here and look forward to helping you and your dog change your lives – for the better.
* Enrique has over a decade in the dog training world, having apprenticed under some of the most respected dog trainers in the industry, where he gained the knowledge and the experience to deal with a wide variety of behavior and obedience issues, having assisted in the successful rehabilitation of some of the most severe cases in the US and abroad.
He is a Registered Professional Member of the IACP (International Association of Canine Professionals), a Graduate of the Dog Behavior & Cognition Program at Duke University, an accredited instructor/evaluator by the American Kennel Club, as well as a Certified Pet Emergency Aid Instructor and Police Dog Trainer.
Currently, he is preparing for 4 World Record competitions with his dog, Kaiser, as well as participating in the IACP’s Certified Dog Trainer Program.