Your puppy’s learning will vary depending on the pre-school they attend, as no one course is the same, though it’s likely to follow a similar structure to the below:
How to socialise with other dogs
Providing your puppy with a positive and safe social experience during their early months is key for setting the tone for future interactions with both dogs and humans. Puppy Pre-School is also a safe opportunity to socialise your puppy
pre full vaccination.
Puppies have what is called a critical socialisation period during the first three months of their life - they’re extremely impressionable during this time and it’s vital they start learning socialisation skills right away. Your puppy’s experiences during this learning and development period will help to shape their behaviour well into adulthood.
How to integrate your puppy into your lifestyle
Integrating your new puppy into your lifestyle can be daunting, especially if you have young children in the home. Puppy School will provide you with the tools and guidance you need to educate your family on how to interact with your puppy safely and enjoyably and handle them throughout daily tasks like feeding and walk time.
Puppy Pre-School is the perfect place to begin setting the foundation for ongoing obedience training, learning basic commands
such as sit, stay, and drop.
A frustrating hurdle for many, toilet training your puppy
is a key pillar of Puppy Pre-School, providing you with the tools you need to teach your puppy correct toilet etiquette, keeping your home clean and mistake free.
Walking on a leash
While a pulling puppy may seem cute at first, a grown dog pulling at the leash is never fun. That is why walking on leash is one of the key lessons at Puppy Pre-School, providing you with tools and hands on assistance on how to teach your puppy to walk calmly and safely on leash
, regardless of the situation.
Throughout your dog’s life, they will require countless visits to the vets, check ups and grooming by both yourself and professionals. Therefore, it is important to begin getting your puppy used to this form of handling, including touching their ears, mouth, and paws, to ensure they can be cared for and avoid aggression towards carers.
Puppy School is the perfect place for both you and your puppy to learn, grow and set positive foundations in place for a happy and healthy future.