WELCOME TO BLUE RIDGE DOG TRAINING!
Blue Ridge Dog training offers professional, in-home dog training to Western North Carolina, Upstate South Carolina, and Tri-Cities Tennessee; and the surrounding communities.
Our North Carolina dog training programs are designed to resolve dog behavior problems – everything from basic manners issues and lack of obedience commands, to more severe issues like aggression and anxiety.
We combine our knowledge of dog behavior and canine learning theory with practical, hands-on methods that can be sustained by the average dog owner. Our programs are designed to empower you, the dog’s owner, to create lasting behavior change! This is just one reason why our Asheville dog training programs are often referred by vets.
Best of all, our dog training is commitment-based. This means we commit to working with you until we’ve achieved all of your dog training goals! We take our commitment to professionalism seriously. Our goal is to be the last dog trainer you ever have to hire.
Here are just a few dog behavior issues that we resolve on a regular basis:
- Aggression – dog aggression, human aggression, resource guarding, and more
- Anxiety – separation anxiety, nervousness, fearful behavior, and more
- Hyperactivity – the “uncontrollable, off-the-wall” dog
- Poor manners – behaviors like counter surfing, marking in the house, jumping, etc.
- Puppy training – resolving common puppy issues and preventing behavior issues from developing!
Behavior training is appropriate for dogs of all ages, breeds, and issues. We work with every breed of dog from Pomeranians, Chihuahuas and Yorkies, to pit bulls, German Shepherds, and Great Danes. No dog is too much!
If you’re located in Asheville or the surrounding areas, Blue Ridge Dog Training will travel to you to help your dog overcome his/her behavior issues once and for all. Visit our in-home dog training page to learn more about the advantages of this method, or check out our about us page to learn more about our professional dog trainer, Adinna Augur Smith.
Contact us anytime at 800.649.7297, or send us an email to talk with us about your dog and see how our programs can help!