Come and learn the fundamentals of positive reinforcement puppy training and set your pup up for success!
Dr. Imogen & Vet Nurse Dominique will take you through a 4 week course specially designed for puppies 8-12 weeks old. Whether you are a brand new or experienced puppy parent these classes are for you.
Classes are held at our Northern Beaches clinic on a Sunday morning at 8:30-9:30am.
The course includes topics and skills such as:
Puppies must be between 8 and 12 weeks old at the time of the first class. Please call us to discuss options for older puppies.
For enquiries and bookings please call us on 9972 2044 or email email@example.com
We are committed to helping your puppy enjoy their puppy school experience. We are positive reinforcement trainers meaning we teach gentle, reward based methods that will get great results and help you bond with your puppy even more. We do not use any dominance, fear or punishment techniques.
Classes are held in our spacious reception area on a disinfected floor surface, providing a safe space for puppies to learn and socialise before they are fully vaccinated. Attending puppy school at the vets is a great opportunity to help your puppy feel confident and excited about trips to the vet!
Our trainers are veterinary professionals and can give you advice on nutrition and health concerns during your class. Our practice offers free puppy health checks to all new puppies.
Dr Imogen has a canine behaviour certificate from the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers and our practice has a keen interest in behaviour medicine.
Vaccination and Age Requirements
All puppies are required to have had at least one C3 vaccination before attending their first class. If their last vaccination was not performed at our practice we will need to view their vaccination certificate when booking them in.
All puppies should be 8-12 weeks old at the first class to ensure puppies are a good match for each other. Please call us to discuss options for puppies over 12 weeks old.
What do I need to bring?
- Please bring your puppy wearing a collar or harness, on a standard lead. (No retractable leads).
- A mat or blanket from home for your puppy to sit on.
- A good supply of your puppy’s favourite treats!
- A quiet chew toy for distraction if needed (preferably no squeaky ones).