PUPPY SCHOOL CLASSES FOR PUPPIES AGE 12-20 WEEKS!
6 week puppy training course run by Sarah – a registered Animal training instructor with the ABTC (Animal Behaviour & Training Council)*
Sarah is thrilled to offer puppy classes for all vaccinated puppies age 12-20 weeks! Sarah was trained by Gwen Bailey herself (the UKs leading behaviourist and author of many books). Sarah has been a Puppy School tutor for over 12 years and is incredibly passionate about helping owners to get things right from the off - therefore preventing behaviour problems for a long and happy future!
Puppy School classes run on a Monday evening 7-8pm at St. Peters Church Hall, Bowness Avenue in Sompting, West Sussex.
The course lasts for 6 weeks and covers the following…
Off lead puppy play – perfect for socialisation
Come when called
‘Sit’, ‘Down’, ‘Stand’
Walking on a loose lead
Socialisation with adults, dogs and children attending class
How to greet children appropriately
Getting used to be handled, examined, hugged, lifted and grabbed by owners/strangers
Food bowl, chew and bone manners
And much more!
All techniques used for training and socialisation in classes are fun and easy for both you and your puppy.
No harsh methods are used or allowed at classes.Please see the Puppy School website for further information: .www.puppyschool.co.uk
Puppy School is sponsored by raw feeding experts Natures Menu and as such we are able to offer all Puppy School clients a £15 voucher when you spend £30 or more at Natures Menu. Sarah has completed the Natures Menu raw feeding advisor training and can help advise you if you feel you would like more information about feeding raw.
*Sarah is a member of the ABTC -
The Animal Behaviour and Training Council is the regulatory body that represents animal trainers and animal behaviour therapists to both the public and to legislative bodies. It is the only animal welfare charity that is primarily concerned with protecting the psychological welfare of animals undergoing training and behaviour activities.
It sets and maintains the standards of knowledge and practical skills needed to be an animal trainer, training instructor or animal behaviour therapist, and it maintains the national registers of appropriately qualified animal trainers and animal behaviourists.
It promotes the welfare of animals in their interactions with humans, lobbying for humane methods in training and behaviour modification, and for the education of the animal owning public.