They’re getting into mischief, pulling on the lead, having selective deafness and when you call them to come they may look at you (if you’re lucky) before running in the opposite direction.
Sound familiar? Guess what?…….Your puppy has just hit its adolescent period!
Adolescence usually goes from around 4 months until around 2 years of age and is a great time to continue with training. The Canine Perspective’s K9 Kindy course has been designed specifically for puppies (and their owners) who are enjoying the certain challenges associated with adolescence, as well as helping you set your puppy up for success and shape them into the dog you will love.
Who should attend The Canine Perspective’s K9 Kindy course?
Puppies who have completed Puppy Preschool and are over the age of 16 weeks are eligible for K9 Kindy. Puppies must be fully vaccinated to attend. Proof of vaccination is required in the first lesson.
But I missed out on Puppy Preschool. Can I still attend K9 Kindy?
Absolutely! We often get enquiries from people who have missed out on Puppy Preschool. Provided that your puppy is under 12 months of age and they are fully vaccinated, K9 Kindy is a perfect starting point for you and your puppy.
How many are in a class?
We take a maximum of 8 dogs per class. This way everyone receives personal attention throughout the course.
How long does the course go for?
The course runs for 5 weeks. Each lesson runs for an hour.
What do we learn?
In K9 Kindy we build on some of the topics covered in Puppy Preschool, along with learning lots of new ones.
In The Canine Perspective’s K9 Kindy course we cover: