Dog Training Camp

May 27th - 29th, 2022
A Weekend Of Learning and Fun With Your Dog!

Robin MacFarlane

Robin MacFarlane

Robin establishes communication between dogs and humans by creating tailor-made solutions to address the needs of both. She strives to share her knowledge educating dogs and their owners by utilizing her skill, patience and a bit of humor!  And Robin isn’t shy about admitting she will challenge her clients to make the changes necessary for success.

I’m so grateful for this experience with Robin. It’s not just that it’s great information, because it is, it’s the fact that I walked away feeling incredibly empowered and motivated to replicate the information and skills that I learned both with dogs and human clients. I feel like I’m a better teacher for it. Everything was broken down into clear and simple instructions. I highly recommend this course for anyone who wants to learn about the e-collar. Whether you’ve got prior… Read more “Improved Instructing Skills!”

Meg Clairborne

Robin MacFarlane’s E-cademy course is the best hands on program for dog trainers to learn and increase their skills with positive reinforced E-collar training. As a business owner, it is a program I want all my trainers to attend. Not only will they come back more skilled and knowledgeable about E-collar training, but all aspects of training, including successfully teaching clients, running group classes and completing evaluations. If you have dog trainers that work for you, they should take this… Read more “Employee Training”

Kendra Sandoval

I have taught dog training for over 20 years, competed in various dog sports, and have used e-collars with my dogs primarily for fieldwork. Viewing Robin’s E-Collar Training DVDs sparked my interest in her Train-the-Trainer E-Cademy. Going in I was fairly confident that it would advance my knowledge and skills, but I didn’t expect to end up wishing the course had been available 20 years ago. Besides invaluable training skills, the course provided a deeper dive into the technology and… Read more “Ted Ridley”

Ted Ridley (Ontario, Canada)
I haven’t won any speed records training this guy..but we’re making progress.
As fast as you can, as slow as you need to. The dog determines the pace.
Cleaning up @rottie_named_champ heel work.
I don’t use head halters too often, but this guy needs the extra control. 
7 years worth of pulling and doing this his way…change will happen but it’s going to take some time.
Real food is a game changer!  Willi is 7 years old. He started training with me a couple days ago. I was told he never finished his meals. He’s had numerous reoccurring ear infections. He’s on a “sensitive stomach” food. 
So I’m transitioning him to what I fed my own dogs. @volharddognutrition  Guess what? He’s licking the bowl clean!!…. and I suspect those ear infections and “sensitive stomach” issues will become a thing of the past.
Food is fuel. Real food beats the over processed kibble every time.  Food affects behavior. Feed your dog real food.
Willi is not so sure about the news that his folks are heading out on vacation while he stays here with me for learning! 🤨😜
TBT: Circa 2008 
This is me and my boy, Tommy, in my favorite rig. We both loved the weekend adventures in that old Jeep and could imagine no better company than one another.

I've dabbled and studied a lot of dog activities including; protection, freestyle, retriever work, agility, scent work, service work, man trailing and upland bird work. I learned various aspects of those niches because I have a curious nature. It expanded my skill set and helped me better understand how to harness the natural traits various breeds express. 

But my heart and soul is in pet training. I want to provide others what I have enjoyed…the ability to fully integrate your dog into your life. It just doesn’t get better than that. 
Somebody wants to make sure he gets first dibs on the pup cup.