Puppy Preschool is for puppies who are 8 to 14 weeks old

Puppy preschool is suitable for puppies who have had at least 1 vaccination and a health check by their vet. They must be 8 to 14 weeks old.

Fun, informative, effective and safe group classes for you and your puppy in St Clair NSW 2759

You will learn how to train your puppy to:
Respond to their name
Give attention
Sit, lay down, come
Go to a place/mat (great for settle!)
Begin to walk on leash nicely

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

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

Puppy preschool training Socialisation to objects
Socialisation to objects is an important part of puppy training

This course runs for 5 consecutive weeks
1 x online introduction lesson
4 x 1 hour in person lessons with your puppies

You will receive a treat training bag, and a training clicker and some sample treats.
Includes handouts, written instructions and videos.

Your puppy is cute now, however, they will grow in a blink of an eye, and THEY WON’T GROW OUT OF bad behaviours. Start training early!

The classes are open enrolment which means you can start anytime subject to capacity. The class size is small to for safety purposes but also ensures you can receive the attention you deserve. Book early to avoid disappointment.

Puppy preschool is so much fun. Kaiser is learning about unstable objects, different surfaces, noisy sounds & learning a cool trick at the same time!

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Puppy preschool is much more than puppy playtime, or learning how to sit. Because puppies are in a critical phase of their development, this makes them little sponges who can take these early learning experiences through to adulthood. Therefore, it’s important that they have positive learning and social experiences to a wide range of sights, sounds, smells, objects, people and animals. Conversely, negative experiences can have a lasting impact on your puppy. As we know its much easier to prevent problems than spend a lot of time and money to try to solve them later. That’s why it’s imperative to go to a professionally run puppy preschool by someone who is a qualified expert in canine behaviour and training.
Puppy preschools run in pet shops by a store clerk who has had a weeks training, or at a vet practice with someone who has had no specific education in canine behaviour and training is not a good idea. Cheap is not good value. In the end, you get what you pay for. Future problems.