Our Puppy Pre-school classes provide a safe environment for your puppy to socialise with other puppies and help educate the whole family!
Run by our fully qualified veterinary nurses out of hospital hours, in a hygienic and controlled environment; these classes aim to help owners with training and raising a new puppy. Even if this isn't your first dog, we highly recommend Puppy Pre-School for all new puppies to give them a chance to socialise with other dogs and people.
We discuss common health topics such as heartworm prevention, intestinal worm control, flea and tick prevention, vaccination, nutrition and dental care. We provide play time and interaction between the puppies and encourage family participation. Our nurses will help you understand normal dog behaviour, assist you with crate training, toilet training and help you deal with unwanted behaviours.
And of course, graduation is always the best night where your little puppy gets to show off all his or her tricks you have taught them throughout the classes! To attend Puppy Preschool your puppy must be:
Between 7 and 14 weeks of age at the time of the first class
Have received at least their first vaccination, with all other vaccines kept up to date during the course
The course runs for four consecutive weeks, with classes held at the Albion Park Veterinary Hospital on weeknights from 7.30 - 8.30pm. Bookings are essential, if you are interested in reserving a spot for your puppy it is best to contact us just before you are due to bring your new puppy home.
Please call us on 4256 3638 to book a spot for your new puppy.