Puppy 'Life Skills' Classes in Beaconsfield

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By Respect4Paws at 19:06 on 04/02/11

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Puppy classes are a first step to raise a sociable, well-behaved and happy dog. So don't wait till it's too late and join us! Open for puppies from 8 - 20 weeks of age.

Nest 8 week course starting on Tuesday, 17th July in Penn. Register now!

Classes run from 6:45pm - 7:30pm and 8pm - 8:45pm (time of the class depends on your puppy's age).

Find out more on http://tinyurl.com/4ckcor5 or 07738962520

Date: Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Repeats: Every Week until Tuesday, September 04, 2012

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  • Profile image for Mitchec6

    Glad you're back. I will let my friends know. Although at 1 years old theirs is not exactly a puppy, is that okay?

    By Mitchec6 at 18:27 on 12/06/12

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    Puppy classes are an absolute must in my opinion. We had a VERY naughty puppy who was the worst behaved dog in the class but we never gave up! Now that he's older, all the hard work has paid off and he's really well behaved and obeys (most of the time!)

    By Magpi23 at 15:07 on 03/07/11

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  • Profile image for Respect4Paws

    Thank you,

    The Puppy 'Life Skills' classes cost £100 for a 8 week course. The focus of the classes is to prepare puppies for real world challanges - so we teach them how to meet other dogs politely, how to behave around people, not to be scared in different environemnts, how to walk nicely on lead, not to jump up, recall, etc., but we also focus on educating the owners so they understand how to communicate with their puppy, how to stimulate his senses and what the puppy really needs. I also run Social Walk Classes for dogs from 5 months on, where we teach how to improve dogs' social skills, how to behave when outside, etc. I also offer One-to-One Behavioural Consultations for dogs with more serious behavioural issues.

    I want to see lots of happy dogs and proud owners in parks!

    By Respect4Paws at 21:13 on 21/02/11

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    This is fantastic! How much are the classes? What sort of thing do you teach and do you do behaviour classes for older dogs too? There are lots of muzzled dogs in the parks where I go walking and it seems a shame people can't instead train their dogs to behave and stay close when in public rather than having to muzzle them or keep them tied up.

    By BMeiring at 21:04 on 21/02/11

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