Puppy Pre-School Classes
Per 8 Week Course
Toilet Training
House Training
Leash Manners & Training
Socialisation & Social Etiquette
Basic Obedience
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Dog Obedience Training Crash-Course
Per 8-Week Course
Dog Obedience Training
House Training & Home Etiquette
Home & Leash Manners
Better Communication With Your Dog
Increase Your Dog's Respect For You
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Dog Behaviour Consultation
Per Consultation
Identify Behavioural Problems
Determine Possible Causes Of Problem
Determine Solutions To Behavioural Issue
Formulate A Plan To Improve Issue
Ongoing Support
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Do You Have Questions?

A list of frequently asked questions to help you understand how it works.

1. What do I need to bring to class?

To each weekly class, you will need to bring:

  • A treat bag
  • A standard leash
  • A flat collar
  • A check chain (depending on the age of your pup)
  • Treats
  • Toy (squeaky tug toys work the best)

2. How much does it cost for dog training?

The 2020 dog training prices for Paws, Claws & Tails are as follows:

$120 for an 8-week puppy training and socialisation course

$120 for an 8-week crash course dog training course

$50 for a dog behaviour consultation

3. Do you run obedience/dog training classes?

Yes, we do. We run classes for both ‘puppies’ (aged 2 months to 4 months) and ‘adult’ dogs (aged 6+ months).

4. What is the best age to start dog training?

Dogs of any age can be trained- obviously for an older dog (with habits) it will take a little longer than a puppy who has not formed any bad habits yet. Therefore, it is in your (the dog’s owner) best interest to begin training your puppy as young as possible. At 8 weeks, you can enrol your dog in Paws, Claws & Tails provided they have had a least their first set of vaccinations.

5. Is it ever too late to start training a dog?

All dogs can be trained- for older ones it may take a little longer. If your puppy’s all grown up but you still want to begin training your dog- feel free to enrol him/her in my dog obedience crash-course.

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