Private Classes

Training programs design for your individual goals.
Get a well behaved dog you can enjoy

Sisters are forever!

I had a consultation with Carla because one of my dogs would attack the other. Within 2 sessions, I had learned the physical signs of the dogs to know when an attack may occur, and why. Now, after 5 sessions, my dogs can be together without any attacks, and I am the leader! She saved me from having to give away (or put down) my aggressive dog, and I can’t thank her enough for that! She truly is a great trainer and has taught me much.

Mike Simmons Cincinnati, OH

We do offer private classes for those who enjoy training and wants to be actively involved with the training process.  Work with a professional trainer one on one and learn the steps to achieve a well behaved dog you can enjoy!  Private classes are designed to provide individualized instruction to fit your goals. They will be scheduled for your convenience and can be provided at your home or our training facility. All private classes begin with a private consult to evaluate your dogs skills and determine your training goals. To discuss your specific needs, please contact us by phone: (513)312-6596.


This is a private class to help determine issues that are affecting your dog. There are a number of considerations to look at when dealing with behavioral issues. First rule out any medical issues with your veterinarian. Identify environmental factors that may be affecting the behavior. This will allow us to develop a plan to enable your success with behavior modification.


Behavior modification addresses the underlying reasons for the problem behaviors. This enables you to teach your dog not to do the behavior and to replace it with a desired one! Obedience classes they are not designed to effectively address severely disruptive dog behaviors. For example if a dog is fearful teaching a sit does not resolve the fear issues.

Behavior modification provides techniques that can help with issues such as fear, aggression, house breaking, separation anxiety, chewing on furniture and barking.