The Go Dogo levels adjust based on your dog's performance
In the Go Dogo app, you can track your dog's progress and awards
New level releases
Over-the-air software updates will bring you new games regularly
Your dog learns to associate Go Dogo with something fun
The first three levels are essential for your dog to get accustomed with Go Dogo, understand the Play Zone (the area covered by the two cameras) and get a positive first impression.
Your dog has to sit in order to get a treat
In level 4, the digital instructor will give the “Dogo!” signal and, once the dog looks up, she will give the cue “Sit”. When the system recognises your dog doing a “Sit”, a treat is released.
Your dog has to lie down in order to get a treat
In level 5, the digital instructor will give the “Dogo!” command and, once your dog looks up, will give the signal “Down”. When the system recognises your dog doing a “Down”, a treat is released.
Your dog has to stand to receive a treat
In level 6, the digital instructor will give the “Dogo!” command and, once your dog looks up, it will give either the signal “Sit” or the signal “Down”, followed by “Stand”. When the system recognises your dog doing “Stand”, a treat will be released.
Different combinations increasing in difficulty
In levels 7 and 8, the digital instructor will give the previous cues, in different combinations, increasing in difficulty. In level 7, your dog has to go from a "Down" to "Sit". In Level 8, two cues will be given at random, in exchange for only one treat.
The Shapes Levels
Levels 9-13 bring the same audio cues ("Sit", "Down", "Stand"), but paired with new visuals, who take the previous Go Dogo levels... to the next Level. The digital instructor is replaced by geometric shapes in dog-friendly colours: blue triangle, yellow rectangle, gray square.
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IS YOUR DOG SCARED OF FIREWORKS?
We have created a Sound Desensitization Program which is now available for testing. It is meant to help dogs who become anxious due to loud noises - starting with fireworks. Please note that this program will not miraculously fix the problem, but rather increase the efforts you are already making in your sound desensitization training.