Here at Floreat Veterinary Centre in Perth, we believe and know that Puppy pre-school is an important part of the development of well-adjusted dogs.
The first 16 weeks of life are critical for a puppy’s social development. It is important that they interact with many different people and puppies so they can learn how to behave appropriately. Puppy Preschool provides a safe environment for this socialisation to occur.
Emily Plowright, our Practice Manager, has more than 12 years of experience working with animal behaviour and dog training. She runs our classes on a weekly basis. The course consists of five classes covering the topics of Health Care, Canine Behaviour, Responsible Pet Ownership and Puppy Training.
The Benefits of Puppy Pre-School
Puppy pre-school provides the building blocks for social development and future wellbeing, and it is also an excellent opportunity to discuss any puppy problems you are having. Feel free to talk to our veterinary staff as well as other puppy owners about your issues.
Emily is on hand to answer your questions and offer professional advice. Ask her about puppy nutrition, communication, how to curb any behavioural problems, and socialisation. Emily can assist with mental and physical stimulation, behavioural techniques, and much more.
How Can I Attend?
Pre-school classes are held every Tuesday evening at the Floreat Veterinary clinic from 6-7pm. See here for centre directions. Registration for the complete five-week course is only $110.
To attend classes, each puppy must have received their first vaccination and be 8-16 weeks of age.
To enrol your puppy, phone us today on (08) 9383 7773.