Professional Training For Your Puppy - Sydney

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Puppies are a wonderful addition to our families. You can make sure your puppy is well socialised and behaved by taking them to a professional puppy pre-school.

At VetMed, our 4-week puppy training course covers all aspects of puppy ownership:

  • How to deal with puppy problems such as chewing, digging, barking, play biting
  • Anxiety issues
  • Toilet training
  • Learning to walk on a lead, sit, settle and come

Our puppy training is conducted by fully qualified Delta Dog Trainers – their trainers are the very best Sydney has to offer so you get the best start to your new life with your pup.

We also provide adolescent training for older dogs. Adolescent dog training helps owners take their dogs to the next level of training. This makes spending time with your pet a much more comfortable and enjoyable experience for both of you.

Our Sydney dog training classes are fun, positive and focused on rewarding desired behaviour, encouraging your dog to enjoy the training sessions.

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