The PERFECT starting point for your puppy under 16 weeks! This is the first class we recommend taking your pup through.
Puppy Class is designed for puppies 8-16 weeks of age**. This class helps set a strong foundation for a new life together with your puppy!
Learn how to handle and train your young pup at home and in many types of different environments.
Set your pup on a path to confidence in knowing what to do by introducing and rewarding good behaviors rather than correcting undesirable puppy traits.
Class is a great opportunity for controlled socialization with new people and other pups! We also offer exposure to many other new things to enrich all the senses!
Attend class for 6 consecutive weeks on the same day/time each week. Class is ongoing with revolving themes. Therefore when one puppy graduates, a spot is open for a new pup to start!
Class registration comes with a video orientation covering some very common puppy issues as well as additional things to consider before you start with class.
We're currently running classes on: Thursdays at 6pm (2 spots available now! Start as soon as January 4th)
Saturdays at 10:30am (spots available now! Start January 6th!)
Sundays at 3pm (Spots available now! Start January 7th)
Please let us know if you plan to attend with more than 2 family members. If you're not feeling well or have had a recent viral exposure we appreciate mask wearing.
Total Registration is $125
Always taking a WAIT LIST for a class on a different day/ time. 👇 (If you'd like to start class sooner or at a different day/time than what is available please don't hesitate to contact us as we will start a new class with a wait list of 2 puppies!)
Contact us to register! We will provide you with a link to get all set online.
*Save $10 if you register before your puppy comes home!
*Please ensure your puppy is between 8-16 weeks at their start date. **Puppies must all have age appropriate boosters before attending class and have had at least one booster from a licensed veterinarian with proof of vaccination. (Stickers from breeder logs are not sufficient.) They must also be set up on a vaccination schedule to continue vaccinations with their vet. Bordetella is highly recommended but not given to all dogs. If you should choose to vaccinate for it you'll need to request it at your vet.