How much does it cost to train a dog or cat? The cost is contingent on what you’d like your pet to learn.
In home behavioral work: Dog training or cat training sessions conducted in your home are 90-minutes each and the fee is $245 per session. Each session includes written handouts and video and a veterinary report when warranted. For 30 days following your session, we ask that you call your behavior consultant weekly to review your animal’s progress on the plan. There is no charge for this follow up period.
Most obedience problems and many behavior problems can be resolved in a single session. Behavioral work to address fears, phobias, anxiety and aggression may require an additional session in 6-8 weeks depending on the particular behavior being addressed.
In home obedience work: Obedience lessons conducted in your home are $185 each. How many sessions you’ll need is contingent on the specific things you’d like your animal to learn. If you prepare your list, we’ll be happy to estimate the number of sessions required for you.
Group classes: meet once a week for five weeks; the fee for the class series is $140. Please see the class schedule for details and locations.
Traveling to Raleigh to meet with our Behavior Consultant? Sessions are provided at a hosting facility in a spacious, private training room.
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