So, you have a new puppy and he is just adorable. Snuggles, licks, the occasional nibble, he’s so warm, so cuddly, so furry and so completely and utterly adorable. Adorable until he stands on the kitchen table, helps himself to snacks, somehow finds your most expensive shoes to chew!
Puppy training is vital. It does not matter on the breed of the dog but the earlier you train the dog the better. It is suggested that puppies start school from the age of 12 weeks onwards. The pup must be up to date with vaccinations, and should be given the ‘okay’ by the vet before he starts school.
Going to puppy school is fun, but it is also a commitment. If possible, the same person (adult, teenager, puppy caregiver) should take the dog each week. This ensures consistency as well as understanding between the dog and his human.
Our vets know you can’t always plan when you need them, so we are available 7-days a week, and cover emergencies from 6am to 10pm. Special arrangements can be made outside these hours just ask our friendly Staff.