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No judgement. Ever.

And yes, the humans need to be trained too.


To maintain and ensure the highest quality of training for you and your dog, space in the most popular programs like the Drop-Off Day Programs, Board and Train, and Puppy Camp are extremely limited. Reach out today to reserve your spot!

See what our clients have to say!

Family Dog

"Our family adopted Louie (King Louie/Louis) from our local shelter and had no idea what adopting a shelter dog meant in regards to past trauma and how to best support him. We immediately threw him into our busy lives with tons of new humans and experiences that overwhelmed him and caused him to react. Since we were new to adopting a shelter pet, we immediately thought our only answer was to give him back after his reaction.


Lauren came in as a recommended intervention from the shelter and we agreed to have her come and evaluate Louie to see if he was trainable.  At the very first meeting, we knew that she would be transforming us as pawents more so than transforming Louie. With Lauren’s guidance & training, we just celebrated Louie’s 1st year anniversary with our family as well as his 3rd birthday. Lauren helped us see how important training is for the humans as well as the doggos. We are so thankful for such a knowledgeable trainer.

-The Wood Family (Anne, Ash, Kai & Louie)

New Bern, NC

Walk and Talk
Pack Walks!

Join us EVERY Sunday at 1 pm at Martin Marietta Park.

$35 Per Month

$30 Per Month for CCHS Adopters, Staff, and Volunteers

Pack Walks are included for all dogs that enroll in a Board and Train or Immersive Training Program to ensure you get continued support and practice in training!


These walks are intended to help create an inclusive community for dogs at all levels of training including reactive dogs.

An affordable opportunity to get training advice and practice good social and leash walking skills!


Customized for your lifestyle:
Puppy Training: Manners, Potty, Crate, Play Biting
Basic Obedience: Jumping, Over-Excitement
, Recall, Pulling on Leash 
Fear and Anxiety: Separation, Fearful of People, Sounds, or Objects
Aggression and Reactivity: Timing, Relationship and Brain Chemistry

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