Puppy Classes:

COMING SOON 

Puppy Preschool: Puppies 8 weeks – 16 weeks (as of start date)

Puppy Start Right Preschool is an accredited program designed by Dr. Kenneth Martin, DVM, Dipl. ACVB, a board certified veterinarian behaviorist and his wife Debbie Martin, CPDT-KA, KPA CTP, LVT, VTS (Behavior). 

This program is unique to other puppy socialization programs because it focuses on creating positive, pro-active experiences for puppies during the critical socialization period. I will teach you how to safely expose your puppy to new and novel stimuli (objects), including sights, sounds, surfaces, people and other puppies in a safe and pro-active way. Taking care to keep things positive for the emotional well being of the puppy.

While the primary focus is on socialization we will also dive into managing and solving common puppies issues like potty training, puppy mouthing (playful biting), chewing, and jumping. We also introduce foundation training skills including: Attention, Sit, Hand Target, Recall, Drop It, Leave it.

Find out more information on Our Puppy Preschool Class Here.

Puppy Kindergarten: Puppies 16 weeks – 6 months

Puppy Kindergarten picks up where our Puppy Preschool Program leaves off. Perfect for either puppies to old for our Preschool class or for Preschool Graduates to continue on with foundation training. While we will still discuss the importance of continuing on with socialization, Kindergarten will focus more on foundation training, confidence building and problem solving common puppy issues.

Find out more information on Our Puppy Kindergarten Class Here.

Polite Puppy: Coming Soon

Puppy Stay n Play: Coming Soon

Private Puppy Classes: Coming Soon

*Sit n Stay Positive, Puppy Preschool, Kindergarten, Polite Puppy, and Puppy Stay n Play are designed to introduce training foundations, address normal puppy behavior, and prevent the development of behavior problems. Sit n Stay Positive is not designed to treat serious behavior problems (such as reactivity, aggression, anxiety, or extreme fear). Please consult with your veterinarian or a licensed behaviorist if your puppy is displaying extreme behavior issues. Your puppy’s success depends on you doing your homework and working with your puppy at least twice a day.

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