Robert Dollwet has over 35 years experience as a professional animal trainer/behaviorist. He Started by training police dogs in the US Military, then moving to Hollywood, California and trained animal actors for the television and movie industry. After 4 years he started his own dog training business in Malibu to help the rich and famous with their pets. After 19 years in Malibu, an opportunity arose to become a citizen of Australia. In 2009 he relocated to the Gold Coast to spread his knowledge with the good people of Australia. In 2012, with most things moving online, Robert seized another opportunity by realising that cats were more prominent on the Internet. He adopted a rescue kitten and named her “Didga”. Fast forward to today Didga is the most talented cat in the world, holds a Guinness World record! plus has a few hundred million video views around the Internet, and over a million followers on Facebook alone. Robert’s message is: “Adopt, don’t shop”, “Don’t declaw” and “Protect your cat and the environment by keeping your cats indoors”. Robert also provides some Youtube video tutorials to help cat owners learn the proper way to teach their cat.

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Instagram: INSTAGRAM

Visiting The Gold Coast area?

We do various things each day and don’t always know exactly where we’ll be, however, I decided to pick one location we’ll be at, 2 times per week, It’s a great place for us to go practice training or just hang out and allow the cats to enjoy some outside time near the beach. Fans/followers/strangers can come by and meet the cats , give a QUICK pat, (take photo/video) all that’s fine, but it’s not a scheduled meet and greet so if I’m in the middle of training at that moment, or the cats aren’t in the mood, we will need some temporary space. We’re also appreciate tagging @catmantoo when you post/share the picture/videos you take.

PLACE: In Coolangatta, Across from McDonalds along the beach bike path. (look for my white van with “catmantoo” signs on the side & back, although usually the back of the van is open, but there is usually a small training box and a few skateboards lying around.
DAYS: Wednesday and Sunday late arvo
TIME: approx 1630 – 1800 QLD time (heavy rain we stay home)

Please message me on FB if you are planning to visit. Alert me a day or two before, confirming which day I should expect you.

Thanks, We’ll see you in OZ

Robert, Didga and Boomer