Puppy Pawzibilities


6 one hour group classes that meet at the same time each week: $230.00

Ages 9 weeks to 5 months

This is the most critical time during the life of your dog! Puppy classes provide education on leadership, manners, socialization, housebreaking and beginning obedience, and can help stop unwanted behaviors such as nipping, chewing, jumping, and barking. We even have a session on beginning agility and confidence building! Classes are kept small (8 puppies maximum) to reduce distractions and increase individual attention!

Puppy Pro Pak
We now offer Puppy Pro Pak = two private sessions in addition to a group class for $410.00. If you are interested in the ProPak, look for the “Package” option at the top of the page and select this option. Once payment has been processed you will receive a credit to select your group class. Your instructor will contact you right away to set up your first private session!

Rescue/Shelter Discount
If your puppy is from a rescue or shelter, use coupon code rescue2023 upon checkout to receive $20 discount (please provide proof of rescue status at first session).

This package option is not designed for major behavior problems (aggression, reactivity, resource guarding, or separation anxiety).

Please note that your spot is not reserved until payment has been received in full. Make sure you double check class location as we have classes in multiple locations around the city!

Please note that if your dog or puppy is going through treatment or has gone through a treatment for a parasite, worm, bacterial infection or any other sickness, they need an “all clear” from their vet before enrolling in a group class.

Handout on Position Statement on Puppy Socialization:
Position Statements – The American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (avsab.org)


* If your dog is aggressive or reactive, a private session is required before class placement can be permitted.

Please note that these classes do not address major behavior problems such as separation anxiety, aggression or leash reactivity.  These behavioral issues need to be addressed with private training consultations before a group class can be considered.