This is a 4 week on-going "kindergarten class"
for Toy size puppies
The cost of this 4 week class is $125.
Fire Fighters, Police,
EMS, and Military are given a 10% discount!
Puppy training should start very early – as early as 8 weeks old! If you wait until your dog is older,
perhaps as much as 6 months, you might regret it.
“By 6 months of age, almost all behavior problems are already in place,”
says Dr. Carmen Battaglia. Dr. Battaglia has studied the effects of early socialization and development in puppies.1
"...owners should never allow nipping, chewing, digging, barking, mounting, etc. which are all normal behaviors but,
if left uncorrected, can lead to behavior problems. Dogs learn each day what behavior will or will not be allowed."2
Training your puppy is a considerable job, but it can also be a great job, and lot of fun, too. Puppy training should
be a positive experience.
Positive re-enforcement is rewarding your puppy for doing something you like.
Negative re-enforcement is either ignoring or sometimes correcting, behaviors that are unwelcomed or are dangerous.