Charlotte Dog Training Programs are Private, Weekly, 1 hour, One-On-One Dog Training Sessons. Beginning sessions are held in your home or at our studio and the later lessons are held in a public, high-distraction area (park of choice, business you frequent, etc). Includes unlimited group classes for the life of your dog after completion of your private sessions: $1,250.00

UberDog Training believes in setting your dog or puppy up for success with their training, so we always begin training with private one on one sessions to learn how to be an UberDog, then group classes are offered on a weekly basis to solidify your dog with a variety of distractions. No dog should ever be thrown into a group class from the get-go as this sets your dog up to fail! You are asking your dog to learn a completely new behavior and when there are a variety of distractions that could trump the learning experience this is unfair to your dog. That is why we do private one on one sessions either at our facility or in your home first and foremost! We train all dogs regardless of age or past behavior issues. We can successfully eliminate unwanted behavior such as leash pulling, barking, chewing, aggression and help you get the most out of your canine friend. We believe every dog has UberDog potential! Our veterinarian and SPCA-recommended Charlotte dog training program comes with a guarantee and free follow-up group lessons for the life of your dog. UberDog Training is the last training your dog will ever need!

We service locations throughout The Greater Charlotte dog training area – Charlotte, Ballantyne, Pineville, Waxhaw, Weddington, Fort Mill, Matthews, Harrisburg, Mint Hill, Concord, Huntersville, Cornelius, Gastonia, Mount Holly – if you are located out of these areas you can book out a free demo at our facility location at 1420 South Mint St Unit M Charlotte NC 28203. We believe that seeing is believing. That’s why we offer free demos of UberDog Training. Request your free demo by clicking here and selecting your time and date preference!

“I am the adoption coordinator for the Greater Charlotte SPCA and I foster as well. Working with rescue dogs is rewarding, but it can be a challenge as well. Rescue dogs are awesome, but they come with a past, some more affected by it than others. Whenever a family adopts a dog from us and asks about a trainer, we always recommend UberDog and we have never gotten a bad report. I have also enrolled my 2 personal dogs (both rescues) and they have responded incredibly well! – Megan Lukey