Dog Trainer Launches Interactive Web Site

, CA (PressExposure) December 10, 2007 -- Dog trainer launches interactive Web site Service promises to change how owners teach their dogs

California. — Get ready for a completely new dog training experience via the Internet. A popular California dog trainer can now connect directly with owners in real-time through

“People from all over have asked me to help train their dogs. That led me to create this site so that no matter where they are, owners and I can work together to create the best life for their dogs and themselves,” Julie Bjelland Lokhandwala, founder of, said. “It’s easy, efficient and extremely successful.”

Within the Web site, Dog owners can access all of Julie’s training techniques and communicate with her individually through live chat. She has taken her years of training experience, condensed it and made it easy to understand and access. Visitors to can learn the step-by-step techniques of dog training, eliminate problem behaviors and achieve: · No-pull walks. · A dog that comes when called every time! · Consistent stays. · Off-leash control. · A happy human/dog relationship. · And much more!

Visitors to can browse the Web site’s services and sign up for membership that will allow them access to more than 40 articles on dog training and problem behavior. Best of all, customers will have direct access to Julie’s expertise through the service. Also, 10 percent of all profits made by go to charities that help rescue and shelter dogs.

Training that works Many people have benefited from Julie’s expertise and caring approach to dog obedience. She has trained dogs for many years, earned a reputation as a “heart-driven” teacher and has been compared to “Dog Whisperer” Cesar Millan. Julie worked at a world-renown guide dog training school before she started her own business as a dog trainer. Her methods have proven successful each and every time.

"Julie had an immediately calming effect on us as dog owners. She can explain the canine perspective and how we as humans can interact with our dog in a positive way, even when disciplining. Julie was super patient with all of our questions and even fielded our email questions after training ended," said Sina and Ed of Fremont.

For more information about, call (510) 493-2087 or e-mail

About Julie Bjelland Lokhandwala Julie grew up on a northern Minnesota farm and always loved dogs. She has worked as a veterinarian technician before working at Guide Dogs for the Blind as an instructor and trainer. In 2000, Julie opened her own business as a private dog trainer. People appreciate Julie’s friendly, encouraging, motivating and down-to-earth approach to dog training.


Julie Bjelland Lokhandwala
Professional dog trainer/owner
(510) 493-2087

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