Puppy Preschool Socialisation Benefits for Pets
If you’ve recently bought a puppy and want to ensure it has the best start in life, enrolling your pet in Puppy Preschool will make sure that your puppy is well socialised and trained which will set them on the right path to becoming a happy and well-mannered pet. Puppy Preschool is a fantastic opportunity to socialise your new pet with other puppies and their owners, in addition to learning about safe and effective training techniques.
Learning Social Skills and Good Manners
The first 8 to 14 weeks of a puppy’s life is considered to be in its ‘critical socialisation period’, when they will learn many of the social skills they’ll retain for the rest of their life. It is important for puppies to be exposed to a wide variety of people and other dogs during this time both in and outside of the household. Puppy Preschool allows even the most well-behaved puppy to learn better manners and acquire skills to deal with a variety of behaviours that other puppies may exhibit.
Booking Initial Health Checkups
Puppies should have a health check and be fully vaccinated before participating in Puppy Preschool. Sydney Animal Hospitals offers Puppy Preschool in sanitised facilities with puppies only interacting with other pups of a similar age. Our Puppy Preschool trainers have many years of experience in running these classes and we advocate the use of positive reinforcement such as praise and food treats to help all our fabulous puppies learn and grow. Preschool also helps your puppy to view our veterinary clinic as a fun place, which will make future clinic visits a much more pleasant experience. Plus, you’ll also get to meet other puppy owners and together share the joy and fun of raising a new puppy. If you need any advice on getting your pet vaccinated or getting the right pet veterinary care prior to attending puppy preschool, feel free to reach out to our experts at Sydney Animal Hospital.
For more information about Sydney Animal Hospital’s Puppy Preschool, pet vaccinations or getting the right pet veterinary care please call our team or visit our website.
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