The course is run on a weekday evening and is conducted over 4 weeks. The class focuses on reward based training and your puppy will be able to play off lead, as well as participate in class activities and training exercises with you.
To maximise your puppy’s socialisation we take limited enrolments – your puppy will increase in confidence every week, and won’t be overwhelmed by large numbers or new puppies entering the class each week.
You will be given a puppy pack and folder, and given detailed handouts at the end of each class. These handouts can become a valuable resource over the first 12-18 months of your puppy’s life.
Why our classes are different –
At Spearwood Veterinary Hospital we can offer the knowledge and experience of a Qualified Veterinary Nurse with 13 years of experience running puppy classes.
This can give you the confidence that you are getting the best behaviour and training assistance as well as the best health care advice for your puppy.
Behavioural problems are the highest listed cause for re-homing and euthanasia in dogs under 18 months of age — Your attendance at Puppy Preschool will be helping you to understand your puppy’s behaviour and through the use of positive reinforcement only encourage those behaviours which you deem appropriate.
Puppy Classes are held at Spearwood Veterinary Hospital in a safe environment and are lots of fun for both you and your puppy.
Our puppy classes are recommended by Nikhil Saha – accredited dog trainer at K9 Care Fremantle. Nikhil also regularly attends our classes to meet those attending and offers free workshops to our graduating puppies.
Get a copy of our puppy preschool registration form here