Bespoke 1-2-1 Puppy Classes

Puppy 1-2-1 Classes Plan

All lessons are on a one-to-one basis. This is to get the most enjoyment and learning, for you and your puppy, in our sessions.

We want to leave you with tips and information so you can continue the training away from the training ground. We will work through various skills to have your puppy walking nicely, coming back when called and behaving beautifully.

PLEASE NOTE: Lessons can be held at your own home however there may be additional travel costs so please get in touch. I’d be happy to help.

Contact me with any questions you may have about your dog, puppy or about our lessons .

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Initial Lesson (Including Induction)

During the first session we will discuss any questions you may have about your puppy and the course.

We want to find out what you enjoy doing with your dog and where you are likely to take him or her. We’ll look at what you want to achieve with your puppy and build lessons around this.

The first step is to get your puppy to react to you…

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Important Foundations

  • What is my name?

    Teaching your puppy to remember and react to their own name.

  • Seeing Eye to Eye

    Teaching your puppy to make and retain eye contact with you.

  • Introduction to the Social Scene

    Teaching your puppy how to socialise with good manners.

First Steps

  • Leading the Way

    Holding the lead correctly and walking with a loose lead.

  • Sit

    Show your puppy how to sit.

  • Wait

    Advance the Sit, into a wait, avoiding minor distractions.

  • On Lead Social Scene

    Maintaining good manners, and recognising their behaviours.

Off Lead Fun

  • Total Recall

    Build and increase your confidence in your puppy and ensure they will come racing back when called.

  • Off Lead Social Scene

    Let the puppy have more freedom, to meet other dogs, maintain safety and recognise behaviours.

  • Hands are Good

    Good practices in examining your dog safely, this helps you and your vet to maintain their health.

  • Healthy Play

    Help with recognising when play could get too rough and learn how to manage it to avoid mishaps.