Canine Kindergarten Classes
This course is for puppies aged between 10-14 weeks.
Owners will learn information about the importance of socialisation, toilet training, biting/mouthing, appropriate play and the introduction of basic training.
Puppies will learn basic training such as sit, mat exercises, drop, recalls and lead walking.
All puppies must have had their 1st vaccination prior to enrolment.
Class times: Saturday 8.30-9.30am
Duration: 4 weeks
Cost: $180-includes a clicker, course notes and homework sheets.
Pet Dog Training Course - Basic
This is an 5 week clicker training course aimed for dogs 5 months and over.
This course emphasises focus exercises, lead training, stays, mat exercises and recalls. An introductions to tricks is also added in this course.
All dogs must be fully vaccinated to attend this course. No check chains are permitted in the class.
Class time: Saturday 10-11am
Duration: 5 weeks
Cost: $230-includes clicker and training pouch.
Private One-On-One Training
Private training can be for specific problems such as toilet training, digging, barking or general training problems. It is also suitable for owners who cannot fit in a course due to time constraints or work commitments.
Private training can be done at the centre or in your home environment.
Consultations are 1-1.5 hrs
Follow up training $75
Behavioual problems are complex and often take a great deal of time and commitment from owners. Behavioual problems such as fears and phobias, reactive dogs and anxiety can we difficult and lengthy to treat.
A specific Behavioual consultation and program is designed to help treat problems an well as ongoing support and contact.
Please allow at least 2 hours for all Behavioual consultations.
What is it?
A clicker is a small handheld box that makes a very distinct clicking noise. The clicker is a marker that tells your dog that the behaviour that was just performed has earned him/her a reward. The marker (the clicking noise) pinpoints the specific moment in the dog’s mind.
The clicker is not a magic box. The key to a good reward marker is that it’s something the dog will pay attention to, and that it always predicts a reward is coming. It’s is important for the following to occur: