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PUPPY ESSENTIALS

Everything you need to get your pup started on the right paw! We cover all the essentials including: Toilet Training, Crate Training, Play Biting, Socialization and Handling Desensitization, Basic Obedience, Household Integration, and more!

ABOUT CLASS

  • For puppies 8-18 weeks at the start of class

  • Classes are held for 4 weeks / 4 lessons 

  • Lessons are on average 45 mins

  • Maximum of 4 participants for semi-private lessons 

  • Puppies must have a minimum of ONE Distemper/Parvo vaccine to participate 

  • No previous experience required!

  • No refunds, substitutions, or make-up lessons

PLEASE ENSURE YOUR DOG IS WITHIN OUR AGE REQUIREMENTS!

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"Charlotte is an amazing dog & owner trainer. She gives both dog and owner the positive training tools for a lifetime of fun, respect and companionship."
"Her no-nonsense approach is fantastic. And, the level of training you and your pups will receive from K9ology is worth it’s weight in gold!"
"Her manner is direct, honest, humorous and relatable and she is generous with helpful insights in both Socialization and Puppy classes."

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Puppy Facts

DID YOU KNOW?

Puppies start learning as soon as their eyes and ears open around 2 weeks of age. As they develop fine motor skills, impressions of the world around them are imprinted. Safe, structured, and fun socialization is critical during this early imprinting stage. Once your pup is over 12 weeks of age, that opportunity will squander. 

DID YOU KNOW?

The number one most frustrating thing about raising puppies is ... toilet training! Give your pup a command to "go potty" every time you go out. Keep them on a leash until they are "empty" so they do not get distracted! Your dog can even learn to ring potty bells to signal that they have to go outside!

DID YOU KNOW?

It takes a solid 18 months to raise a puppy! Owners often struggle due to a variety of issues, including: too much freedom outside, too much access indoors, lack of direct supervision, mismanagement of environment, poor timing or redirection, lack of rewards for good behavior ... the list goes on. But - if you stay committed and put in the work, you will be raising one pawsome canine. 

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