Puppy TrainingGet started off on the right paw!
When you make the decision to add a new puppy to your household, you probably have a picture in mind of what life will be like with your new companion. Whether that’s sipping lattes at a nearby coffee shop, winning ribbons at the local obedience trial, or playing happily with the kids in the backyard. Together, we can ensure your puppy becomes the partner you want.
All too often puppies can be almost as frustrating as they are fun. With my help, we can make sure you get more “fun” and less “frustration.”
… And you can choose to train at Hotdogs or I can come to you!
We’ll train your puppy together! I’ll meet with you once a week to give you the skills you need to succeed.
Then, I’ll leave you with detailed specific notes and instructions so you can continue to make progress in between.
I’ll come spend time training your puppy a few times a week, and then hand over the information you need to continue to succeed.
Or, if you don’t have the time or skills to safely socialise your puppy, I can do much of that work for you by taking your puppy on regular outings.
Pre Purchase Consultation
Includes Puppy Primer Pack
Planning to get a new pup, but don’t know what you don’t know? I offer one-off sessions on preventing problems before your new canine arrives. We’ll cover any specific questions you may have, plus the vital information you need before you bring your new bundle of fun home.
All lessons include a written training plan and training notes on exercises and recommendations from each session.
Pre-purchase consultation includes a written report and the puppy primer pack via email.
Handling and Husbandry problems
Reactivity towards people or animals
Playing well with others
“You were brilliant at looking at, and assessing, both Frost and myself as both individuals and as a partnership. You have very good skills at diagnosing and suggesting ways of overcoming the many problems and issues we had.
I like the way that you don’t have just one box that everyone has to fit into and how well you work each partnership on its own merits.”— Anne McLachlan