Puppy Training with P!apoose
If your dog is over three months old or five years old or younger, then you are eligible to enroll your canine in our training classes.
Trainings are for one hour, three times per week.
These times are estimates, and classes may run over depending on how the particular pet reacts to the training.
Some advanced classes take longer, but those are available as a separate purchase.
This training class offering is for basic canine tricks and obedience.
Ken is the head trainer, and he does not believe in any physical discipline of any sort.
Training is done by communicating effectively with the animal and following the standard best practices of dog training, most notably recognized by Cesar Milan.
Training is offered in one month increments. Each purchase provides four weeks of training with three one hour classes per week, beginning the Monday after the completion of purchase or as coordinated between the dog owner and P!apoose staff. So, purchasing this product provides a total of 12 one-hour classes per pet. Purchases are not transferable, and once classes begin, the schedule must be adhered to in order for the trainings to have their intended effect on the pet.
In some cases, pets may need more time in order to be trained in the basic commands. In this case, a discounted rate will be offered for the number of classes estimated to complete the certified training.
Should a pet follow the assigned schedule and show no signs of improvement after the completion of 12 classes, a refund will be issued (never happened yet).
Please be sure to include a contact phone number for us to call you and arrange training times that match your schedule. To check our availability or any other questions, please use the messenger feature in this browser (bottom right corner).
Training specialties can be at the owner’s request, and/or include any of the following: housebreaking, sit down, give paw, roll over, stand up, speak, answer the door, lay down, poop, pee, go outside, go away, come here, start/walk, stop/halt, left turn, right turn, stand at right side, stand at left side, lead, follow, pull/don’t pull, defend/protect, on guard, beg/don’t beg, get on/get off (furniture), canine socialization, proper walking techniques, and again, anything specific the owner may want their pet to learn.
Trainings do not include manicures, bathing, deworming, exercise/walking, babysitting, overnight boarding, in-home visits.