THE TRAINING STUDIO
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2765 East Trinity Mills Rd
Socialization may the single-most important thing you do for your puppy! The window where dogs learn to be comfortable in the outside world is from 6-16 weeks of age. If puppies don't have positive experiences with unfamiliar people, new places and other animals during this time, they may have a very difficult time with new people, places and animals down the road. Sometimes these problems do not present until adolescence.
We offer private training sessions for puppies starting as early as 8 weeks of age.
If you missed your puppy's socialization window, please contact us about training options - it is never too late to start training your puppy!
Train 'n' Play
with Sarah Owen, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA
$90, 3 weeks
Puppy Train 'n' Play
In each class, we will work on socialization, including small-group or one-on-one puppy play sessions, and training foundations. Foundation training topics will include biting, jumping, barking, leash walking, recall, and settling.
Dates: September 10, Saturdays at 8:30 am
Class duration: 3 weeks with rolling enrollment
Instructor: Sarah Owen, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA
Class size: Limited to 4 puppies
Fee: $90 for three sessions; the three classes must be used within 5 weeks
Age between 8 weeks old and 16 weeks old on the first day of class.
The first set of vaccines and one deworming required at least 7 days prior to the first class.
Puppies should be up-to-date on vaccines throughout the class.
Please bring a mat (bath mat or throw rug), treat pouch, and treats.
Please note there are no refunds available within 2 weeks of class start time.
We want happy clients and dogs! If the class you choose isn't right for you, please contact us and we will work to find one that is!
For any questions regarding policies or other important information, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
E X P L O R E
It's important to expose your puppy to new things! Different sounds, surfaces, objects environments, and situations should all be safely explored!
S I G N A L
Keeping a consistent routine and learning your puppy's signals are key to potty training and forming good habits!
M E E T
Let your puppy safely meet and play with a variety of new people and animals!
E N R I C H
Engage your puppy's brain to reduce chewing on you and your belongings. Try food-based toys for beginners!
A C C L I M A T E
In order to make vet visits a breeze, try getting your puppy used to body handling and vet procedures early on!
B U I L D
Building neutrality and positive association with people, animals, and experiences is crucial to helping your puppy gain confidence!