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Puppy Handling

Puppy Handling

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Puppy handling sessions take you through the basics of managing your new pup at home. It looks at solving day to day issues of play biting, nipping, grooming and such for all new pet parents. It covers the following:

  • How to hold the puppy

  • How to carry the puppy

  • Introduction to leash/collar

  • Grooming/Bathing a puppy

  • Touch Desensitisation

  • Removing stuff from the mouth

  • How to give medicines


Appointment required: Yes

Puppy Socialisation
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This session involves a controlled socialization session for your puppy (age between 3 months to 6 months). Our team of trained pets are involved as a part of this session. Includes

  • Learning puppy’s body language

  • Understanding right socialization

  • Understanding fear imprinting

  • Understanding when to cut a session


Appointment required: Yes

Puppy Swimming

Puppy Swim

​Getting your dog used-to water early on can prove to be highly beneficial in the long run. With your dog acclimatised to water, swimming becomes a great exercise option through out. During these sessions we introduce your pup to water slowly and steadily using force free methods. The sessions include:

  • Introduction to water

  • How to enjoy water

  • Grooming the dog after a swim session

  • Drying the dog after a swim session

Appointment required: Yes

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Puppy Training

Training and socialisations play an important role in incorporating the right guiding techniques that help form a meaningful bond. Setting the essentials of training and obedience at the most impressionable stage of a dog’s life is what lays the course for the years to come.  Following a balanced style of training, we cover the following in our training sessions: 

  1. Basic obedience commands

  2. Training according to your home/routine needs

  3. Teaching the owners methods to train their dog

  4. Create situations for desensitization

  5. Create a balanced environment of positive reinforcements and corrective patterns

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