Middle Brighton Vet Centre promotes responsible pet ownership & encourages good behaviour in all pets. We conduct Puppy School on a regular basis, and have had the absolute pleasure of hosting Puppy School over the many years where we aim to teach puppies good manners in a safe and relaxed environment.
Puppy School Class
Lesson 1 – Tuesday evening 7pm at the clinic – Theory lesson
This class is pup free where we use one demonstration puppy.
Topics covered include:
- How dogs learn
- When is the best time to train your pup
- Food association
- Sit and Handling & Toilet training
- Benefits of massaging your pup
- Getting your pup to give and take
Lesson 2 – Tuesday evening 7pm at the clinic
Topic covered include:
- Mat training
- Getting your dog to wait,
- How dogs communicate – dog body language
- Teaching your pup to come
Lesson 3 – Tuesday evening 7pm at the clinic
Topics covered include:
- Getting your pup to walk on a loose lead
- General dog care, and
- Keeping your pet safe.
Lesson 4 – Graduation – Saturday afternoon, 4pm (though time may vary), at Sillitoe Reserve, enter off Ludstone Street, Hampton
This is a really fun session where we get to see how far the pups have come with our Graduation class. We go over what we have learnt over the past 4 weeks.
Going to the local park will give the owners and pups some real life skills on how to behave and stay safe at the park.
NEXT CLASS STARTS: PLEASE CONTACT THE CLINIC on 9592 9811
Please view our training videos on you tube – they are fabulous! An ESSENTIAL watch prior to attending our classes.
Each class comes with written information and homework!
Puppy Primary School:
These classes are for the puppies that missed Puppy School and in need for some instruction on how to behave at the park. We will cover how pups learn, how to recognise a relaxed pup and an anxious pup and how to keep your pup out of trouble at the park! We especially focus on making the recall rock solid and fun.
Class size is limited to 5 pups and will be held on an as needs basis – booking essential – call 9592 9811 to enquire as to our next class!
About Our Trainer
Dr Anna Platt has a particular interest in behaviour and commenced Puppy School at Middle Brighton Vet Centre over 20 years ago, and can be consulted when problems with behaviour or training arise. If you believe that your pet has developed a behavioural problem, then contact the clinic to arrange a specific Behavioural Consultation.