The Best Puppy Preschool Has Gone Online

Online puppy preschool is for puppies who are 8 to 14 weeks old. It’s just like our superior puppy preschool program that was conducted in person, tweaked for online delivery.

Perfect in a pandemic, for remote and regional learners, or even the city folk who just don’t have a professionally run preschool near them.

With 4 options to choose from you’re bound to find a class type to suit your schedule, ability and budget.

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Start Sooner, Stress Less

Time is of the essence. You need to start a socialisation program before 12 weeks of age. Your puppies socialisation window closes at 12 to 16 weeks old!


Traditional dog training classes have one start date and everyone starts together. So, if you miss the start date, aren’t available, you need to wait, 3 or 4 or 5 weeks until the next class starts. Consequently, your puppy could be too old by the time the next class start date comes around. And you’ve wasted time waiting and trying to deal with raising a puppy yourself.
My classes are open enrolment. Get started on sign up with Basic and Standard. And you can start anytime subject to class capacity in Premier and Elite.

Imagine if you could get through puppy-hood with less hassle and less problems

Puppies are hard work! Avoid common pitfalls. Get the best start by getting the right advice now.


Puppies who are in their critical period of socialisation window need to be handled with care. For this reason experiences during this phase can make or break a puppy. It’s the time to identify and get on top of abnormal or nuisance behaviours.
That’s why puppy preschool should only be run by canine behaviour experts. Not shop clerks, animal attendants, vets or nurses with no study, qualification or training in behaviour. 
Time is of the essence. The critical window for socialisation isn’t open forever, it’s closing by 12 to 16 weeks of age. You need to enrol your puppy in preschool now to harness the power of early quality socialisation and foundation training under the guidance of an expert and set your puppy up for success.

A picture of a mother and daughter holding their puppy

Are you a busy pet guardian who wants to take the guesswork out of puppy raising and training?

Why waste your time on google when all of the hard work has been done for you?


21st Century training for the 21st century dog. Miss Behaviour Dog Training Services runs industry leading, best practice puppy preschool classes for today’s lifestyle. Train the dog you want to live with. I use training technology approved by the RSPCA, Australian Veterinary Association and American Veterinary Society of Animal Behaviour.
Enjoy the convenience of the online learning platform. All the training information you need at your fingertips. No more wasting precious time ‘trying something out’ that once worked for a friend of a friend. You don’t need an armchair expert. You need a real, professionally qualified expert.

Have you always dreamed of having more time to enjoy the fun parts of puppy-hood, but feel stuck dealing with chewing, nipping, biting and toilet training issues?

What You Get In Our Online Puppy Preschool

You will learn how to train your puppy to:

  • Respond to their name
  • Give attention to you
  • Sit
  • Lie Down
  • Come
  • Go to a place/mat (great for settle!)
  • Begin to walk nicely on a leash

You can also get all of your problem prevention and solving questions answered. I can teach you about toilet training, nipping, jumping up, digging, barking, chewing etc

I’ll also will share with you the secrets about how dogs learn – so we know how best to train them and get them to do the things that we want, or stop them doing the things we do not want them to. And will also teach you how dogs communicate so you can start listening to your dog and understanding them.

And we’ll have some fun socialising our puppies to novel sights, sounds, objects, people and other dogs.

  • 4 different class options to choose from
  • Classes go for 5 weeks
  • Each week there is a new theme, new socialisation topic, problem prevention topic and obedience manners training
  • Access to the online learning portal for 10 weeks so you can stay on top of your training for longer at a time that’s convenient to you

Your Online Puppy Preschool Options

  • *Easy to follow video instructions and helpful written handouts
  • *Obedience cues
  • *Problem prevention & solving
  • *Socialisation theme & ideas
  • *Dog communication
  • *Optional quizzes and suggested homework
  • Everything in basic
  • plus
  • *Weekly discussion thread on themed socialisation
  • *Submit photos for fun and sharing
  • *Access to instruction to Submit weekly socialisation
    video for homework and coaching
  • Basic and Standard Plus:
  • *A Clicker
  • *4 x Weekly live online group video session. Just like our usual ‘in person’ classes!
  • *Live video group coaching – practice obedience and socialisation skills
  • Basic, Standard, Premier features PLUS:
  • *Priority E-mail Support
  • *2 x 30 minute one on one personal phone or video calls
    to excel your training or solve problems sooner
  • *Bonus enrichment course
online puppy preschool
You can learn from home with our online puppy preschool
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How will my puppy play with others?

I hear you ask, “Why would I do an online class when my puppy can’t see others?”
One of the myths or misconceptions about puppy preschool is that it is a play group. A free-for-all where puppies play in a no-rules mosh-pit.

THIS IS FALSE! The primary objective of puppy preschool is to provide a safe location for puppies who have not been fully vaccinated yet. So that their guardians (that’s you, pet parents) can be given instruction on how to safely socialise your puppy to objects, surfaces, sounds, sights, other people and animals. Thereby developing a calm, happy puppy who shows no fear or aggression issues as an adult.

In fact one of the common problems I get asked to help with is for 4 to 6 month old puppies. The puppy is now reactive to the other dogs. Why? They had a terrible time at a poorly run puppy preschool. Their puppy was harassed in free-for-all play. They learnt that other puppies weren’t fun and not to be trusted.

This might blow your mind – your puppy doesn’t have to play with another puppy to have a positive socialisation experience.
So, even though we’re online we can still teach you how to greet a dog, what is good play, and how to socialise with other dogs, animals, people etc