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)
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.
If you have a question about Paws, Claws & Tails' Gatton dog training classes or puppy socialisation classes - or book a spot in your free first timers information session, feel free to fill in the enquiry form below and I'll get in touch with you as soon as possible.