Carolina Canine Training
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I wish we would have come to Carolina Canine Training years ago! Within the first day, my dog made HUGE gains in his behavior. I think the majority of the training was not even for Cooper, it was for me to learn how to communicate more effectively with him so that expectations were clear. Liz was such a great teacher! Her directions were clear and effective, and she really made learning fun. I would recommend Carolina Canine to anyone who wants a better-behaved, responsive dog. There is hope!Dec 16, 2011Verified
Liz (and Meritt) did an awesome job of training Spartacus - our cockapoo - and us! What they do at CCT is everything a dog owner would want - they truly love what they do and it shows in how they help dogs be such great family members and how Spartacus loves going there for socializing and training with other dogs. I could not imagine having a dog without them.Nov 3, 2011
Liz and Merritt have been wonderful for helping my dogs to get along. Since working with CCT I have been able to not only prevent a lot of issues by meeting eachs dog's needs better, but also by learning to tell when they are unhappy and preventing a fight before it starts. I was really afraid that I would have to give one of my dogs back to a rescue before Liz came over. Now not only do my dogs get along by they are very tolerant with my toddler too! CCT really helped them to adjust to having a little one in the house, and I just can't thank them enough for everything they did to help my 4-legged children!Nov 3, 2011
Thank goodness for Liz and Merritt! Xander, our (100#) Doberman started with CCT in April of 2010 when he was 4 months old. I went to the beach - he went for the week of training. When I returned he was an almost perfect little gentleman. We had our "teenage" touchup training when he thought he knew best. Now he comes when called, stays at place, walks on the leash, etc. with no problems. Even when walking at Birkdale, Xander is so calm and good - never barking, pulling or misbehaving - unlike lots of other dogs there. He still goes to "play day" each week to play with his pals - and they are all sizes. This socialization has been the best thing of all - he comes home so tired from playing and gets along so well with other dogs. Can you tell we REALLY REALLY love CCT?? So does Xander - we only have to say Liz and he's at the door ready to go. So I guess his is the best recommendation of all.Nov 3, 2011
Dog TrainingSep 9, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We offer free phone consultations. Our coaching lessons are $110/hour with a package of 6 lessons discount available for $550. Our in home training program is $750/week. The 2 week training camp is $1800 and our complete package 3 week program is $2,300.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Our first step is a free in home training consultation. This allows me to meet you and your dog, get a detailed history and lay out goals. From there I can give you realistic expectations and an estimate of how long it will take.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?All of our trainers are Certified Dog Trainers & Behavior Specialists. Liz, the owner was the head instructor at an international school for dog trainers, Starmark Animal Behavior. We are by far the most qualified and educated in our service area.