About Everyday Essentials
There’s often a missing link between young puppy class that rightfully concentrates on socialisation skills and classes designed for older dogs learning how to behave for the rest of their life.
Older puppies can find the curriculum in a life skills class just a smidge too advanced, but you still need your dog to learn some essentials to make your life enjoyable together.
We’ve found that the biggest complaints centre on your young dog’s behaviour on walks.
Whether he’s wandering further away, getting distracted by other dogs or wildlife, jumping over people in the street, pulling on lead or generally being a bit of a hooligan; what you need is a class that focuses on the most important skills your dog needs to be well behaved when out and about.
Let nagging and micro managing become a thing of the past. Teach your dog to do the right thing without you having to tell him all the time.
Don’t waste time teaching extra behaviours that you really aren’t going to use outside of class. Instead just concentrate on teaching basic behaviours and concepts to an exceptional standard.