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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the course last and how much does it cost? The course is 6 weeks long, 1 hour per week and runs at the same day/time each week. The full course payment is £120 and this is paid at the time of booking.

How many puppies are there is a class? We have an upper limit of 6 puppies in a class and a minimum of 4.

What do I need to bring? Your puppy! Treats, a water bowl, piece of bedding (not too big please), poo bags, toys and something for your puppy to chew – a safe chew, Kong or maybe even a Lickimat.

Does my puppy need to be vaccinated? Yes your puppy will need to have their vaccinations to attend classes.

Will my puppy get to meet children? We can’t guarantee there will be children in class, it will depend on who is booked in.

Is there parking at the venue? Yes, Eastchurch village hall has a large carpark with enough space for everyone.

Can I bring the family? Absolutely! It is great to have the whole family along to learn and help train their puppy: children over 5 are welcome to come as well. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

What does the course cover? We cover basic training and life skills: Come when called Sit, lie down, stand on cue Walk on a loose lead without pulling Accept handling for vet checks and grooming Stay Settle Gentle (taking food from hands gently) Accept people near to food bowls, bones and chews Stop play biting Be sociable with humans and other puppies Greet people without jumping up

Why is there an age limit? Because of the development rate of puppies, it is important to make sure that any early classes and early interactions are done with puppies of a similar age. Adolescence hits around 6 months and young shy puppies can be easily scared by a boisterous teenager. (We can also offer classes for older puppies).

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