Kelley’s K-9 Camp Puppy Class 1
For Puppies 10-18 Weeks Old
This class is $160 for five consecutive weekly sessions unless a break is mentioned. Each session is approximately 50 minutes and will meet on the same day and time each week. A free orientation meeting will be held prior to the start of the first class and may not be on the same day or time as the other five weeks.
Puppy Class 1 is so much fun and sets the foundation for a lifetime of learning socialization and amazing adventures with your pup! Classes focus on social skills and basic obedience and puppies enjoy three supervised off-leash play sessions during each session.
In addition, we work on familiarization with new objects that puppies might find strange or frightening. You will learn how to use food in training without it becoming a bribe so that your puppy responds reliably whether you have food or not
Social Skills, House Manners,
Basic Obedience and Games
Puppy Class 1 Requirements
Class size to limited to minimum of 3 puppies and maximum 4-5 puppies, (depending on size and age of your puppy and number of family members present.)
On the start date of class, pups must be between 10-18 weeks old (i.e., 84-126 days).
If your dog is older than 18 weeks old at the start of class, then private training or Basic Household Manners for adolescent dogs is the age-appropriate class for your pup.
We require at least one adult per enrolled puppy. We encourage the whole family to attend the class together, but an adult must be present for each child under 5 years of age. Please wear closed toe shoes no sandals or flip flops.
What To Bring To Class
Proof of vaccinations is required at the first class. Please bring proof of two DHPP vaccinations given 2-3 weeks apart — the second vaccines must have been administered after 8 weeks of age and 5 days prior to the start-date of class.
Titers showing immunity to DHPP are also acceptable.
Have your dog/puppy wear a flat, buckle/snap collar, with a 6′ nylon or leather/biothane leash.
Chain type and “Flexi” retractable leashes are not appropriate for class. No Martingale, noose or collars that tighten please. Harnesses are allowed in classes in addition to a flat collar
Don’t feed your puppy right before class. Instead, bring their kibble to class in a ziploc bag or treat pouch for use as lures and rewards while training. Also bring a few high value treats to reward your pup for their best performances. Make sure your treats are in small, bite-sized pieces that won’t fill your pup up or take long for them to eat.
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