What is Puppy PreSchool?

Puppy preschool is an important step to help your new pet learn how to behave properly. Puppy school is designed specifically for dogs aged between 8 and 16 weeks. At this age, your puppy will be exploring its environment more and it needs to learn how to socialise with your family and other dogs.

A cute poodle on the bed before a notebook, pencil and ruler - all ready to learn

Why send your puppy to Puppy PreSchool?

Combining socialisation and obedience our school lays down the learning foundation and prepares them for a lifetime of good behaviour and companionship.

Our puppy preschool, aims to teach puppies good manners in a fun, safe and disease free environment. We currently have our friendly Veterinary Nurse Kara as our dedicated puppy preschool trainer.

What will your puppy learn at Puppy PreSchool?

At puppy school, we will work on the following topics:

  • confidence and friendliness with people and dogs

  • bite inhibition

  • socialisation and controlled play

  • obedience

  • communication and handling

A cute puppy in a banana themed outfit sitting obediently

Meet the Trainer.

We currently have our friendly Veterinary Nurse Kara as our dedicated puppy preschool trainer.

Find out more about Kara on our Meet Our Team page.

Mitcham pet hospital staff hugging her dog

Class details.

Classes are held Monday nights for 4 consecutive weeks at 7 pm.

Each class is 1-hour long.

The class size is a maximum of 6 puppies per class.

Booking is essential – please contact our friendly team on 03 9874 6151.