PHONE CONSULTATIONS

Training PHONE consultations are available for behaviors that are less serious in nature such as crate training, housetraining, leash pulling, jumping and more.

Phone consultation (training) Fee: $40 for 20 minutes. $50 for 30 minutes. $1 each additional minute.

Behavior PHONE consultations can also be utilized for more serious issues including reactivity, anxiety, aggression, etc. provide direction, answer questions and more. The consultation will help provide a framework, discuss next steps/options,  assess for risks, and provide additional reading and resources for dogs exhibiting more severe issues. I can advise you on whether a phone consultation can work for your particular issue.

Phone consultations (behavior) Fee: $95 for 1 hour

  • Terms and conditions for phone consultations

    These Terms & Conditions govern the use of the and by your use of the Carol's Canine Training & Behavior Counseling, LLC (The Service), you agree to these terms. Carol's Canine Training & Behavior Counseling, LLC reserves the right to modify these terms at any time without prior notice.

    The Services are offering telephone access to Carol Sumbry, certified dog trainer/certified behavior consultant representing CAROL'S Canine Training and Behavior Counseling, LLC. All training methods utilize force free, science based methods.

    • You must be at least 18 years old.
    • More severe behavior issues may require the referral of in home consultations with a certified professional in your area.
    • Veterinary advice is not able to be provided by CAROL'S Canine Training & Behavior Counseling, LLC and medical or veterinary advice should be directed to a licensed veterinarian.
    • Because we are working with behavior in dogs that can be the result of many factors including life experiences, genetics, socialization as young as 5 weeks and even prenatal environment, we can not "guarantee" how a dog will respond even with training and behavior plans. See factors influencing success below:* Disclaimer of Warranties

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    *Factors influencing success:

    • Compliance and commitment to training/behavior modification. There is no quick fix for aggressive behavior. Also behavior modification in humans and dogs takes time. Think about weight loss and smoking in humans. Most behavior problems didn't start overnight and they won't be improved overnight either.
    • Consistency. Owners who use a mix of "whatever works" never achieve true change. Punishment one day and reinforcement the next is only going to confuse the dog. Consistency is a must.
    • The age of onset. If the onset is early, there can be an increased likelihood that the problem involves a genetic component. If the onset is during a sensitive stage of development (including prenatal, fear periods or socialization periods), there can be additional challenges.
    • The duration of the behavior. The longer the behavior is entrenched, the more difficult it may be to modify/change.
    • The predictability of behavior. The less predictable the behavior or triggers, the more challenging to modify/change.
    • The pattern of response to behavior modification initially may indicate how successful the plan will be in the long run.
    • The lifestyle must be compatible with management. If a dog with stranger-directed aggression lives in a busy household with many guests coming and going, the prognosis for success is lower than for the same dog living in a quiet household with few visitors. The ability to prevent problems and manage triggers while going through the training process is critical to success.
    • The goals and expectations. Unfortunately, many owners expect training to change their dog completely, expect a "cure" and or set a deadline for the dog to meet. Behavior modification takes times and each dog and situation is unique.
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