Dog training personalized. Your home, your roadmap.

Train your dog using positive reinforcement. Choose a behavior to improve, follow short daily lessons online to succeed at your dog’s pace.


Top-Tier dog coaching, without the high fees

Traditional in-person dog training can cost a whopping $100 to $500 per hour, not to mention the scheduling hassles. Switch to Wiglo, and access step-by-step daily programs crafted by the same elite trainers. Plus, any question? Our experts respond within 24 hours. Get unmatched value, without the hefty price tag.

Wiglo memberships tailored to your needs:

  • Monthly: $24.99 — Ideal for flexibility and short-term focus.

  • Quarterly: $44.97— Great for multiple training programs with added savings.

  • Annually: $119.99 — Best value for committed, year-round training.

Your dog’s roadmap to improved behavior

  • Clear Starting Point: A 5-minute survey identifies your dog’s behavioral areas for improvement.

  • Focused Training: Receive program recommendations sorted from “Highly Recommended” to “Optional,” based on your dog’s unique scores.

  • Structured Approach: A guided timeline provides a clear sequence for tackling training programs.

  • Prioritize Effectively: Address critical issues like reactivity to lay a foundation for further training.

Programs tailored for common dog challenges

Pick from our range of programs tackling common dog behaviors. Each offers daily lessons, requiring just 15-45 minutes of your time.

Potty Training


It’s essential for any dog living at home. The program is most common for little puppies, but it works for older dogs as well, for example, rescue dogs who were never potty trained before.

Solve Reactivity


Follow this program to calm down a reactive dog in general, start managing their triggers and avoid further reactivity. Meeting other dogs outside won’t be as stressful, and having guests over will be as pleasant.

Solve Separation Anxiety


Due to a year-long lockdown, most dogs forgot what it's like to be alone, and “lockdown puppies” have never been alone in their whole life. By completing this program you will teach your dog how to stay calm at home alone, and avoid howling, barking, and destructive behavior. 

Crate Training


For dogs with destructive behavior or barking, crate training will improve their confidence and often fix their problematic behavior. Also, a crate will keep your nosy puppy safe when you’re not able to supervise, it will help to safely transport your pooch, and most importantly, it can be a lifesaver during emergencies for dogs of all ages. 

Recall Training


Teach your dog to come every time you call. Protect your dog from running away, getting on a busy road, or approaching not a friendly dog (or a neighbor’s cat).

Stop Scavenging


Teach your dog to stop eating everything he sees (or sniffs) while out walking. Not only is it often gross, but it can be dangerous. Eating weird things can cause an upset stomach or even require a trip to the veterinarian.

Stop Leash Pulling


Teach your dog to walk beside you like a prince or princess. Leash pulling can be not only frustrating but dangerous as well, both for you and your dog. 

Solve Attention Seeking


Build A Strong Bond


Strengthen a relationship with your pooch by following a variety of games and activities. It will improve your dog’s concentration, and he will start paying more attention to you, rather than being distracted by everything happening around them. 

Keep A Dog Off Your Bed


Even if you couldn’t resist cuddling with a beloved pooch on your bed or sofa until it got out of control… By following this program you will train your dog that it’s your bed, and the pup has their place to chill.

Puppy Socialization & Basics


All-in-one program for a new puppy parent. From socialization to training necessary skills and teaching basic care.

Solve Jumping


This program is designed for those who have a dog who jumps on people. It is meant to solve this problem by doing various exercises at home and outside. 

Solve Puppy Biting


To be able to stop your pup’s biting, first, you need to know why it happens. In this program, we will teach you how to deal with it and the best way to stop it.

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What's included in the membership?

  • Personalized Training Roadmap: 

    Crafted by our team based on your quiz results.

  • 10+ Training Programs with 150+ Daily Lessons:

    Suitable for dogs of all ages.

  • Online Dog Trainer Support:

    Receive answers within 24 hours.

  • Printable Progress Calendars:

    Designed to keep you accountable and motivated.

How it works:

  • 1.

    Take a Quiz: 

    Provide insights into your dog's behavior for evaluation.

  • 2.

    Become a Member & Get a Personalized Roadmap:

    Understand which behaviors need improvement and the recommended training priorities.

  • 3.

    Follow Self-Paced Training Programs:

    Choose to do one program at a time or multiple—your choice.

  • 4.

    Celebrate Your Fur-Baby's Progress:

    Remember, it's one step at a time.

Your dog listens, everywhere you go

Ever wondered why your dog obeys commands at home but gets puzzled outside? It's about generalization. A concept where dogs transfer learning from one context to another. At Wiglo, we ensure training consistency, helping your dog respond effectively regardless of the environment. Say goodbye to the "But he does it at home!" moments.

Hear from our happy Wiglo families

Don't just take our word for it. Hear from some of our satisfied customers:


Mar 30, 2022

So far its a 5/5 !

“So far, wiglo has been amazing. I am still new here, but everything is laid out amazingly. I am training a PSD service dog who will, once completed training, be certified. These are NOT service dog tasks, but these courses help tremendously to lay a SOLID and reliable foundation. There is everything from potty training to leave it and proper socialization. A total of 12 courses as of now, that are all behaviors any dog should have. Acess to teainer help 24 hours, and there support is AMAZING. I was having some issues and Sara went above and beyond to help!"


May 21, 2022

Wiglow was excellent in starting off Phoebe's trainingme…

"Wiglow was excellent in getting me started with my puppy. I worked full time and take her to work with me so conventional dog training classes just didn't fit my schedule. Wiglow I was able to use at my own pace and convenience."


Aug 4, 2022

Non- Overwhelming Training!

“I really liked Wiglo. Training a dog can be overwhelming, but they break it down day by day. The lessons were easy to understand for me and my dog. I learned a lot about why my dog acts certain ways in situations and how to help that. I would recommend Wiglo to anyone who wants to train on their own time and have constant support. Plus, the price can't be beat!


Jul 8, 2022

We're both learning!

“Wiglo has been a great tool in teaching my 7 month old rescue. They go over every command you could want to teach and has given some really helpful insight as an owner. Would definitely recommend, only wish they had reminders to keep training!


Feb 24, 2023

I was expecting much more

“I think that the course contains really good material, but since it is a text-based course, the information is not accessible it needs video, examples, pictures etc. I was expecting much more.


Sep 17, 2022

Best Socialization Check List

“They have a huge socialization checklist of things to do with a new puppy that I LOVE!! It breaks it down simply with reasoning behind each thing. Also started the crate training one which is the course that convinced me to try Wiglo. It's been a week and although he's still anxious in the crate when we are not in the room, he can now sleep in it all night!!”


Aug 26, 2022

This is a great site

“This is a great site. You can train at your own pace. The training didnt fit my needs. The response from the team is excellent I am not sure how they respond so fast. They actually work with you as an individual. They are making more advanced trainings so I will keep them in mind in the future. Honest company.”


Sep 23, 2022

Room for improvement, but an incredible, well-thoughtout, clearly cared for product.

“They really go above and beyond. The customer service is great, the planning checklist, the way the individual plan is laid out, it's all very bite sized and I find it as a first-time dog owner, really easy to understand as I go. It does what you need to do: go slow. They clearly understand what it takes to train your dog, they make it easy for the dog owners to be able to get to the basic roots of how to communicate and build a relationship with your dog. Their layout and interaction for each plan is very well managed, and although i see room for improvement in the way this could be integrated into a better dashboard, I think for now, this is an incredible product that I can't wait to see where it goes.


Jun 4, 2023

Easy to follow programs, big difference!

"Easy to follow training program you can complete at your own pace. The lessons are easily digestible, small amounts of information delivered at a time and they build upon previous lessons. We would review a lesson each morning and apply the trainings throughout the day. Some days we repeated trainings from the previous day if our beagle didn't seem to grasp the concept. After just a week of focused training we noticed our dog was much more responsive to our cues and calmer on walks! Love how simple the programs were to follow!!"

Is your dog reactive (barking, growling) towards people, other dogs, cars, or any other triggers? It should be the first behavior to improve as it’s the base of the dog’s mental state – to be comfortable with the surroundings. We recommend doing the 21-Day program for solving reactivity unless your fur-baby isn’t potty trained yet.

The training programs are listed by the recommended priority. Although each case is different and you should start from any behavior that needs improvement. The training itself is already a win for a doggo. If you’re willing to tackle a few behaviors at once, that’s perfect! You may combine any programs. 

Want a personalized training roadmap for your dog? Email with the subject line “Need a training roadmap for (your dog’s name)”.

List of training programs you'll get access to:

1. Potty Training | 14-DAY PROGRAM 

2. Solve Reactivity | 21-DAY PROGRAM  

3. Solve Separation Anxiety | 28-DAY PROGRAM  

4. Crate Training | 28-DAY PROGRAM 

5. Recall Training | 21-DAY PROGRAM  

6. Stop Scavenging | 14-DAY PROGRAM 

7. Stop Leash Pulling | 14-DAY PROGRAM  

8. Solve Attention Seeking | 7-DAY PROGRAM  

9. Build A Strong Bond | 14-DAY PROGRAM 

10. Keep A Dog Off Your Bed | 7-DAY PROGRAM

11. Dog Planner | 40x PRINTABLES

12. Ultimate Puppy Program | COMING IN JANUARY/FEBRUARY

You will be able to keep a dog off your bed or sofa by:

  • Setting up a calm and safe place for your fur-baby

  • Teaching a cue to get off your bed or sofa

  • Teaching a cue to go to her bed (place)

  • Rewarding for spending time off your bed or sofa
  • Teaching a cue for jumping on bed or sofa (only when it’s allowed)

You will strengthen your bond by:

  • Finding what motivates your fur-baby

  • Surprising your dog for no reason

  • Hand-feeding

  • Using treats for teaching
  • Praising for ...nothing!

  • Encouraging your pup to look into your eyes

  • Understanding that not every touch is pleasant to a dog

  • Not disturbing a dog when she is sleeping, resting

  • Comforting your pup when she is afraid

  • Training fun tricks

  • Doing agility exercises

  • Gradually desensitizing not so pleasant activities (nail clipping, brushing fur or teeth)

You will solve excessive attention seeking by:

  • Teaching a dog to relax on their own, in their bed, or in a sanctuary

  • Managing both good and bad attention towards a dog. For dogs, there is no bad or good attention, they value it as much

  • Setting a daily routine of activities. When a dog asks for attention, it doesn't necessarily mean that she lacks attention. It might mean a lack of schedule, and dogs love routine

  • Gradually teaching a dog to spend more time alone, play with toys, chew bones, or sleep
  • Finding out new activities that both you and your dog could enjoy

You will stop leash pulling by:

  • Learning that allowing your dog to sniff can work as a praise

  • Playing a “tight-leash” exercise will teach your dog to look back at you when the leash gets tight

  • Using a different leash when your dog is most likely to pull so it wouldn’t affect the training

  • Doing “Heeling” exercise to show your dog that walking next to you is fun and rewarding
  • Playing “Loose leash” game so your dog would come back at you without asking

  • Teaching your dog the “look at me” cue that helps to get the dog’s attention

  • Teaching the “Touch” cue, which is very useful when you need to walk your dog through the trigger while keeping the attention, and the leash loose

  • Playing the “No sniffing” game would help out when you’re in a rush

You will stop your dog from eating off the ground by:

  • Teaching the cue “Leave it”

  • Improving the “Leave it” cue in different situations and locations. Dogs don’t generalize, meaning if a dog learns to do the cue at home, it doesn’t mean he knows how to do it outside

  • Teaching to drop a toy or food from the mouth by exchanging it with another toy or a treat. It works great for times when a dog is chewing something that’s unhealthy or dangerous

  • Teaching to drop anything from the mouth after the cue, without giving anything in exchange
  • Teaching to leave the food on the ground

  • Teaching to wait for your cue after finding some food on the ground

You will teach a perfect recall by:

  • Building your dog’s food drive

  • Teaching your dog the “look at me” cue that helps to get the dog’s attention

  • Improving the success rate of the “look at me” cue in various conditions, e.g. near other dogs, cyclists, or any other triggers

  • Teaching the “Jackpot” cue which works great for situations when you feel that your dog will lose focus because of an upcoming trigger
  • Building your dog’s prey (toys) drive as toys can be as good a reinforcer as treats

  • Teaching “Grab it” and “Leave it” cues for safe and happy playing

  • Playing the “Fetch-game” which shows your dog that being near you means getting a treat (food or a toy)

  • Playing “Hide-and-seek” for teaching your dog to come even when you’re out of sight

  • Gradually shortening the training leash for a dog to get used to carrying less and less weight, then being off-leash

You will crate train your dog by:

  • Gradually building dog’s confidence towards the crate

  • Gradually increasing the time a dog can stay calm and relaxed in the crate

  • Showing a dog that the crate is the best place to get praised

  • Setting a cue for a dog to go inside the crate
  • Getting a dog used to a closed gate of the crate

  • Creating a cave out of the crate, it can reduce anxiety and stress

  • Getting a dog used to spend time in the crate while you’re doing something, e.g. working out, eating or cooking, reading, watching TV, etc.

  • Desensitizing departure triggers, e.g. putting on a coat or shoes, getting keys

You will solve separation anxiety by:

  • Getting your dog used to a sanctuary area (a limited space in the room usually made using a pet gate)

  • Lowering dog’s stress to triggers that set off the anxiety when you leave home (putting on shoes or a coat, getting the keys or your bag)

  • Gradually increasing the time your dog spends calm alone in the sanctuary

  • Getting your dog comfortable spending time alone when you’re out of sight

  • Teaching your dog to play or rest alone in the sanctuary when you leave home
  • Desensitizing triggers that set off when you leave home or come back

You will solve reactivity by:

  • Understanding which situations triggers your dog’s reactivity

  • Knowing what collar and leash is the best for your dog

  • Learning the list of specific behaviors to understand how your dog is feeling in different situations

  • Building your dog’s food drive
  • Teaching your dog the “look at me” cue that helps to distract and calm down a dog, and put the dog’s attention off the trigger 

  • Improving the success rate of the “look at me” cue in various conditions, e.g. near other dogs, cyclists, or any other triggers

  • Teaching the “Jackpot” cue which works great for situations when you feel that your dog will stress out in a second

  • Building your dog’s prey (toys) drive as toys can be as good a reinforcer as treats

  • Teaching “Grab it” and “Leave it” cues for safe and happy playing

  • Teaching your dog to “Find it” works great as a cue to calm down an aroused dog

  • Teaching the “Touch” cue, which is very useful when you need to walk your dog through the trigger while keeping the attention

  • Understanding how to continuously desensitize your dog’s triggers

You will potty train your dog by:

  • Setting up a stable timetable for your pup

  • Adjusting the home environment

  • Finding your dog’s favorite spot outside for doing business

  • Setting a cue for pottying
  • Understanding and keeping track of potty incidents for adjusting the timetable

  • Learning dog’s body language to know when it’s time to go out

  • Gradually adjusting the timetable as your pup grows and can hold for longer