*** CLASSES NOW FULLY BOOKED ***
Please note, I have decided to finish offering puppy classes as I move into my specialist topic of Barking Dogs.
I still want you to get the best start for your dog, and please be careful of who and where you take your puppy too for classes. The industry is highly unregulated and I don’t know of any local trainers equipped to deliver the best results.
This four lesson online program will help you to understand how to get started with your puppy training correctly. Put in the correct work now and avoid having to come to me at a later date when things go seriously wrong.
The Perfect Puppy Program guides you through the beginnings of life with your new puppy. Each lesson is approximately 30 minutes long and in this course I cover all (and more) of the following:
Socialising your puppy correctly. How to avoid the common mistakes almost every new puppy owner makes.
Ouch! How to deal with puppy biting and teething issues
Teeny Tiny Turds: Learn how to stay ahead of the game with your new puppies weak bladder and avoid tripping up over the turds you randomly find across the floor when you’re puppy is in toilet training.
How to keep your puppies attention on you and provide the correct exercise so you don’t cause any ligament or bone growth damage.
What to feed? There are an array of dog foods out there on the market, but not all of them are good or medically healthy for your puppy. Find out what to avoid and how to use food to it’s maximum effectiveness whilst you’re in training mode with your dog.
And much more!
”Claire, the course was not what I was expecting, it was so much better! My husband says it’s cupboard love, but I say it’s working! Thank you so much for all of your help with Georgie. I’ve got the dog I always dreamed of and she continues to be amazing.”
– Deborah Crayon
Invested, attended and attributed her perfect puppy
‘‘Great videos and great advice thanks Claire. Recall already so much better.”
John Taylor & Nel
”We have enjoyed it all and found it to be very useful. A lot of the stuff is familiar as we have owned dogs for many years but, having said that, much has got us thinking again about the best ways to raise a puppy. It’s nice to have short, snappy segments on each of the different topics. If we had to choose one or two to mention, it would be the touch points for calming and reassuring. The use of treats little and often to reinforce good/desirable behaviour is also something we had not perhaps fully appreciated in the past.”
– Mike Meaton & Henry (photo coming soon)