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Puppy Training

They are only a puppy once.  
Start them off right.

Congrats on your new puppy! Isn't it exciting? Yet at the same time, it can be overwhelming.

Whether you think you are or not, you are training your puppy the minute you bring it home. Puppies are sponges, and if you're not careful, you can teach your puppy a lot of bad habits without realizing it. So why not teach the puppy manners and proper behaviours in the language that he/she understands? 


That's where My Dog Rocks training comes in. You will learn how to build the right relationship with your pup the moment he or she comes home.

Puppy Program

Our Puppy Program includes Private lessons and is designed for puppies from 8 weeks to 16 weeks.


Would you like to eliminate problems down the road rather than having to deal with them when your puppy is older? Do you know what proper socialization for puppies is (hint: it's not unlimited play with other puppies, which can actually cause more issues down the road). 

In our Puppy Program we teach you the key things your puppy needs to know before they reach the critical 12 week mark, Do you know what the most important thing that you need to do with your puppy is? What is imprinting and why is it so important? Then the Puppy Program is for you

Here are some of the topics we will cover:

  • Dog communication and how to better communicate with your puppy

  • What is your puppy's personality and how does he/she learn

  • Growth and development stages of your puppy and what to expect ahead

  • Why play is critical to a puppy's development and how to use play to create an ideal relationship with your puppy

  • How to socialize your puppy and what is proper behaviour - socialization with other puppies, large dogs, small dogs and older dogs, people, experiences

  • How to mentally stimulate your puppy beyond physical exercise

  • How to greet dogs properly - for the canines and humans!

  • Crate training

  • Potty training

  • Leash training

  • How to prepare your puppy for vet/groomer visits

  • Health and food tips


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