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Puppy Socialization and Training

As far as puppy socialization goes, 8 - 12 weeks old is the prime of your puppy's life! This is a developmental period when puppies learn what things are normal and not to be feared, and it's the ideal time to give them positive socialization experiences. Puppies that are not given positive exposures to a variety of people, places, animals, objects, and experiences they will encounter in everyday life, are more likely to develop anxiety, fear, reactivity, or aggression. If your puppy is already older than 12 weeks, don't despair! Learning still happens after 12 weeks, and the sooner you start training, the better results you will have! 

PLEASE NOTE: if you are looking for puppy socialization classes, these are offered through our sister business, People 4 Pets Texas.

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Private Instruction

Get a pawsitive start to your puppy's future! With this information packed package, you get (5) one hour sessions filled with knowledge and hands-on training instruction you need to raise a calm, confident, and cooperative canine companion! Included in the price are:

  • 1 initial consultation/private lesson in your home

  • 2 follow-up private lessons in your home

  • 2 puppy safe public socialization field trips (puppies not fully vaccinated will ride in a dog stroller or wagon for safety) - 1 to downtown Georgetown, and 1 to a Georgetown farmer's market

  • Add-on lessons available at $85/hour

  • Unlimited email support

​You will learn:


  • What to expect during puppyhood

  • How to interpret dog body language

  • How to provide optimal puppy socialization experiences safely

  • How to meet all of your puppy's needs

  • How to prevent problem behaviors 

  • How to build desired behaviors

  • An effective and positive method for puppy potty training

  • An effective and positive method for puppy crate training


Puppies will learn:


  • That new things are normal and not to be feared

  • Response to name/come when called

  • To wait quietly in a crate or on a mat

  • To greet people without jumping up

  • To cooperate with routine care (veterinary and husbandry procedures)

  • An introduction to walking on leash


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