Lisa  Tenzin-Dolma

Lisa Tenzin-Dolma

Lisa Tenzin-Dolma is a canine behaviorist and the founder and principal of The International School for Canine Psychology & Behavior, a globally approved college with students in 45 countries. She founded the Dog Welfare Alliance, which brings together professionals and the public, and supports dog rescues around the world. Lisa is also the co-chair of The Association of INTODogs, an organization for professionals who use only science-based, force-free methods. She is the author of 33 books, both non-fiction and fiction, including 5 books about dog training and behavior: The Heartbeat at Your Feet: A Practical, Compassionate New Way to Train Your Dog; Adopting a Rescue Dog; Dog Training: The Essential Guide; Charlie, the Dog Who Came in from the Wild; and (with Kac Young) The ‘Supposedly’ Enlightened Person’s Guide to Raising a Dog. Lisa is passionate about promoting modern methods of working with dogs, and specializes in rescue dogs and dogs with fear issues. Visit