Puppy Classes

Puppy Classes at the Puppy Perfectors offer a variety of ways to socialize and train your new best friend.

Puppy Kindergarten

Puppy Kindergarten is a six-week class for puppies eight weeks to six months aimed at socialization and creating a willingness to learn with positive training methods. Redirect problem behavior such as jumping on people, pulling on the leash, mouthing and biting.

  • Learn appropriate games to play with your puppy
  • Socialize your puppy with people and other dogs
  • Teach patience, self control, and acceptance of authority
  • Introduce basic commands: Sit – Down – Stay – Come – Stand

Puppy Kindergarten classes are held Wednesday evenings, Thursday mornings, and Saturday mornings.

Cost: $190

*Puppy Kindergarten classes with 3 or fewer students will be condensed from six classes to four classes.

Puppy Socialization Hour

Puppy Socialization Hour is where puppies under the age of of six months play and interact with each other and meet and greet new people. The most important thing that you do for you puppy is to socialize them and puppies need LOTS of socialization.

Classes are Sundays at 1:30 pm. If you are not already a student of The Puppy Perfectors, you must bring your vaccination records.

Cost: $15 a class

The Puppy Perfectors believes puppy socialization before puppies are fully vaccinated is of the utmost importance. Please read these articles to understand your puppies social and physical needs better:

Puppy Agility

Puppy Agility is another great way to socialize, desensitize, and bond with your puppy while introducing it and you to the wonderful world of canine agility. Your puppy will learn to be comfortable walking on different surfaces, have fun going over small jumps and through tunnels and to follow you, the handler.

Puppy Agility is a six-week course for puppies under the age of six months, or older dogs that are small and shy. Classes are held on Sundays with a maximum of 6 puppies.

Cost: $185

If you are not already a Puppy Perfectors student, you must bring your puppy’s vaccination records. Puppies need to be current on vaccinations, but need not be fully vaccinated.

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