Puppy Training

Private Puppy Training lessons in Beverly Hills and West LA

Puppy training, sometimes also referred to as puppy-preschool or puppy kindergarten, can be extremely beneficial for all breeds as well as their owners. Whether you are a first time dog owner or it has just been a few years since you have raised a puppy, our Los Angeles private puppy training lessons can provide many benefits that will last well into the future for your dog as well as the entire family.

Why Puppy Training?

Puppy training is usually best for puppies that are between 7 and 20 weeks of age. One of the most important things that a puppy learns during this form of training is how to play and respond appropriately. Much of the way in which a dog will behave later in life is determined by the way in which the dog is socialized as a puppy. Our in-home puppy training classes help to curb the dog’s natural tendency to bite or nip as well as bark unnecessarily.

A variety of other topics are included in puppy training as well, including instruction on how to housebreak your puppy and how to prevent your puppy from chewing on household items, a problem that can be frustrating for most puppy owners.

In addition, pet owners also learn other important concepts as well, including important elements regarding your puppy’s nutrition, health and grooming. Some of the most common problems that are commonly dealt with when raising a new puppy, such as walking without pulling, sitting when told to do so and letting owners know when the puppy needs to go potty.

Call today (310) 390-0380 to schedule puppy training classes. We provide services in Beverly Hills and West LA. We also offer international services.

What are the Benefits of Puppy Training?

The benefits of puppy training are certainly numerous for your puppy as well as for your family. Not only will your puppy learn important basic manners, but he will also gain confidence in his abilities as well as become properly socialized so that he will demonstrate appropriate behavior in the future. This can be particularly important for breeds of dogs that have a tendency toward natural shyness, but it is also critical for all breeds of dogs.

Dogs which are not properly socialized when they are puppies may have a tendency to grow up to be either aggressive or fearful dogs when they mature. This can make it difficult for dogs to respond appropriately to commands from their owners and can present a variety of problems. The key to preventing these problems is to provide appropriate socialization through puppy training while the dog is still actually a puppy. Remember that even if your puppy seems to get along well with other people and other animals within the home that does not necessarily mean that he will do so around other people and other dogs in the future. Puppy training lessons provide your dog with the best opportunity possible to gain the skills and confidence he needs to become a well-behaved and sociable adult dog.

Keep in mind that if you have children or in the family or even if there are other adult members of the family, it is often a good idea to include the entire family in puppy training so that everyone can provide the same commands to the puppy. Consistency is the key to making sure that training is successful for your dog.