Why do puppies need to go to School?
Puppies have a sensitive period in their development between three to fourteen weeks of age in which experiences they have can affect their behaviours for the rest of their life.
Dogs that are isolated at this time are more likely to become hyperactive, aggressive, difficult to train, antisocial and fearful. To develop into normal friendly, confident adult dogs, puppies need to be regularly handled and need to socialise with other puppies. They need to be exposed to new and novel situations in a non threatening way. Puppies also need to learn what is normal sociable behaviour.
It is important to start them off on the right paw, as it is much easier to teach a puppy the right behaviours first than try to and correct a bad behaviour later.
Puppy Preschool offers a safe environment to socialise your puppy and start them off with their basic training. Puppies love coming to Puppy School!.
They will learn basic obedience commands such as "come","sit", "stay", "drop", and "heel". All training is reward based.
Puppy Preschool is specifically designed for puppies between six and fourteen weeks of age. All puppies must have had their first Vaccination before starting the course.
On completion of the course puppy graduates will receive a graduation certificate and photo plus some great deals on Hills puppy food..