Puppy Foundations

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to bring home a well trained,  calm, attentive, polite and confident puppy?  Well now you can!

Puppy Kindergarten

This program is designed to provide your puppy with a solid foundation towards being a happy, calm, confident, member of your family.

In this program, your puppy will stay with us in our home and learn behaviors such as: being calm, polite, well mannered, come when called, pay attention & listening, play with others nicely, potty training, crate training , walking with manners, no biting, no chewing on furniture, etc.

This includes 1 training session on “Go Home Day.”

Puppy Adventures

Like Puppy Kindergarten, this program is designed to provide your puppy with a solid foundation towards being a happy, calm , confident, member of your family.

In this program, your puppy will stay with us in our home and learn behaviors such as: being calm, polite, well mannered, come when called, pay attention & listening, play with others nicely, potty training, crate training , walking with manners, no biting, no chewing on furniture.

In addition, we teach them to sit, watch me, down and their name, and to come to us when we call.  And there are field trips for socialization

1 training session is provided on “Go home day”
1 follow up training session at your home

so we can provide as many tips as we can to help your puppy get used to their new home.

The biggest difference between the programs is how much time your puppy spends with me 1 – on – 1.  The more time I get to spend with your puppy, the faster your puppy will be reliably listening in a variety of situations. You have more time and freedom to do things with them, and less work. The initial training will be done for you.

Your puppy will require a lot of attention to continue the potty training in your home, as well as reinforcement of all the rules we have been working on, so that you can maintain, and further their training

Keep in mind that it is not possible for a puppy to be reliably house-trained until the puppy has matured, which is usually between the ages of 6 – 8 months. By following the rules set out in these programs, accidents should be minimal after the initial transition period of three to four days.