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Private Puppy Training

PUPPY SOCIALS NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL PUPPIES UNDER 5.5 MONTHS

ONGOING MONDAY EVENINGS FROM 7-7:45PM

CHECK OUT OUR GROUP CLASSES SECTION FOR MORE INFO AND TO REGISTER!

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One on one instruction in your home

For puppies from 7 weeks to 6 months old

Are you planning on adding a puppy to your family or have already added one? We can help with everything from picking the right breed for your lifestyle, helping them adjust to their new home and getting them started with all the tools to set them up for life long success.

Puppies socialization window begins to close around 16 weeks. Current research shows the most important time for puppy socialization and exploration of novel things is the first three months of life. During this time puppies should be exposed to as many new people, animals, stimuli, and environments without causing fear or over-stimulation. For this reason, the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behaviour believes that it should be the standard of care for puppies to receive such socialization before they are fully vaccinated. We can help make this exposure positive while teaching you how to read their body language to ensure all experiences remain as positive as possible.

See the AVSAB article here

Sessions are done in the comfort of your own home, with personalized plans to fit your lifestyle and your puppy's needs. 

Our private puppy packages are a great way to get started if you cant make it to a group class, however, group classes and/or puppy socials are still HIGHLY recommended to ensure safe and fun exposure.

Each session is one hour long with follow up notes.

One session $65 plus GST

3 Pack (3 one hour sessions) - $185 plus GST

5 Pack (5 one hour sessions) - $295 plus GST

*All puppy sessions must be completed before your puppy turns 6 months old

Some common things covered include:

Cooperative Care
(Fear Free training for grooming and vet visits)

Safe Socialization

Exposure to novel things

Crate Training

House-training

Puppy Biting

Jumping

Inappropriate Chewing

Overcoming Fear

Appropriate Play

Basic Cues

(sit, down, targeting etc.)