Read what clients are saying about Carla Collins and
"Absolute Obedience"
dog training.

I have a bloodhound that I got and she was dog aggressive when I originally got her...<more>

The No Limitations seminar was my last ditch effort to gain control of the family dog, Sandy...<more>

Thank you for all your help in getting our dog, Macy, trained. We previously tried other training techniques (treat training) unsuccessfully...<more>

I just had to let you know, that after our 3 day seminar, I saw some pretty fabulous results with Turbo...<more>





When searching for a dog trainer it's always a good idea to shop around and find someone that fits the needs of you and your dog. You should be confident that the training methods will work with your dog and more importantly that YOU will be able to maintain the training on your own.

We feel it's important to show you not only what we can do with our own dogs but what we can do with your dog as well. When interviewing a trainer ask them for a demo. If their own dog can't perform in a strange environment and around distractions you might be a little skeptical that they could train your dog to be reliable. Our demos are free, we'll show you what we can do with your dog.

The training we offer is customized to suit the needs of you and your dog. We offer Group classes and Private Lessons. Our Group Classes include unlimited lessons for the life of your dog. Call now to set up your free demo and learn more about our programs.


This handsome guy is Moose. He was a lost little boy and a nice lady found him and asked the Frisco Humane Society to help find him a home. The Humane society contacted me when they discovered that he is completely deaf. I'm currently training him using hand signals. Moose is a very smart puppy and is coming along nicely in his training. For more information on adopting Moose or other wonderful canine companions contact the Frisco Humane Society. 

*** UPDATE - Moose has been adopted! Yes this wonderful little dog has found a permanent home.  He found my home!  We all love him a lot - Carla Collins

This is Patches. I met Patches back in June of 2002. Patches is part American Pit Bull Terrier and part Dalmation. He was very full of himself and didn't care for too many people other than his own family. He didn't like other dogs either. The first time I met Patches I knew I had my hands full with this dog. His folks were on their last attempt to gain control over him. Previous attempts by other trainers had failed. He was still uncontrollable around distractions outside of his home, or when people came to visit his folks. I wasn't sure how much better Patches could get, but I knew he could be better than what he was with the proper training and management.

After only three private sessions Patches was willing to meet new strangers without lunging and growling at them. He's gotten a lot better over the months and his folks still keep a sharp eye on him to make sure he's behaving. He attended the No Limitations Seminar in November and was a perfect gentleman around the other people and dogs. He's well on his way to becoming a Canine Good Citizen.

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