Sadly, due to Covid 19, Yasmin has to postpone the start of the next puppy pre-school course. If you would like to register your interest for when we can re-start, please ring reception on 01367 710595
Our Head Nurse, Yasmin holds puppy pre-school classes on Wednesday afternoons from 5pm running courses of three classes. You do not have to attend all three classes, but as different subjects will be covered each Wednesday evening we would recommend it.
Here at the practice we run a puppy pre-school class and we encourage all our clients with new pups to come along. We hold three sessions per course and we try to get a group of puppies together who can complete the course together. It’s amazing how this often makes them friends for life and they recognise each other for years afterwards.
The aims of our puppy pre-School are:
To provide a safe, friendly environment to encourage acceptable social behaviour
To build confidence in your puppy so vet trips are less stressful!
To help expose your puppy to as many different positive experiences as possible during this very important time in their life.
Throughout the classes we will provide advice and help in parasite control, diet, basic training, tips and tricks and insurance.
You just need to bring your puppy, some of their favourite treats and a poo bag!
Please call us on 01367 710595 to let us know if you can join us. Children are welcome but we would appreciate it if you could let us know in advance, as we don’t have room for lots of people!
We look forward to seeing you.
“It is just 2 years since we adopted Charlie and having been born in June he was a little late in coming to puppy classes in the November, being somewhat larger than the other participants. However he soon settled down and over the weeks he either attended with myself or our son who was having some initial difficulty training him.I think we attended for 6-8 weeks and we all really benefited from the training!Charlie has settled down well and our only regret is that his field background isn’t really being tried out since he is a domestic pet but his instincts are there!”