Dog Training Classes - Puppy Kindergarten

By: NYOC Dog Training  15-02-2012
Keywords: Dog Training, Puppy Training, Dog Training Classes

Have a new puppy? Get things off to a great start with our Puppy Kindergarten class. Designed for puppies between eight and fifteen weeks of age at the beginning of the class, this class focuses on proper socialization during the most crucial development stage in your dog’s life. It may start off looking like chaos but in Puppy Kindergarten you will learn to: Get your puppy to focus his/her attention on you Safely accustom your puppy to interacting with other dogs, big and small Build the confidence needed by your puppy in mastering new behaviours Introduce your puppy to new objects and environmental stimuli in a non-frightening manner Make your puppy feel more comfortable when handled by familiar and unfamiliar people And you’ll get lots of tips on how to take care of your puppy now so that you and your canine companion will have a long and healthy relationship.

Keywords: Dog Training, Dog Training Classes, Puppy Training

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