Upcoming Perth Medium/Large Breed Puppy Class Dates

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Course Cost: $200 - Secure your spot with a $50 deposit now!

Medium/Large Breed Puppy Course

August 2019

Day One: Thursday 8th August

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Two: Thursday15th August

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Three: Thursday 22nd August

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Four: Thursday 29th August

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

$50 Per Class


0 spots remaining*


Medium/Large Breed Puppy Course

September 2019

Day One: Tuesday 3rd September

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Two: Thursday 12th September

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Three: Thursday 19th September

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Four: Thursday 26th September

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

$50 Per Class

*4 spots remaining!*

Medium/Large Breed Puppy Course

October 2019

Day One: Tuesday 1st October

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Two: Thursday 10th October

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Three: Thursday 24th October

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Day Four: Thursday 31st October

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

$50 Per Class

*6 spots remaining*

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Frequently asked questions

My dog doesn't get along well with other dogs. Will my dog still be suitable?

More than likely, yes. This course provides a safe, controlled environment to help dogs learn the basic socialization skill they need to co-exist with other dogs. Even highly dog reactive dogs have made great progress on this course. A dog may not be suited to this course if they have previously inflicted moderate to serious injury to another dog(s). If you are unsure about your dog's suitability for group classes, you can fill out a suitability questionnaire and get an instant response by clicking HERE.

What days and times are the courses run?

Small Breed puppy classes are run on Tuesdays. All classes are held 6:30pm - 7:30pm To view all upcoming course dates click HERE

Does my dog have to be up to date with their vaccinations?

Yes. It is very important that we provide a safe environment for all the other dogs so up-to-date vaccinations are a must. Consult with your vet so make sure your puppy is cleared for socialisation.

What do I need to bring?

You will need to bring a suitable collar and lead. Everything else is provided.

Do I need to pay prior to the commencement of the course?

On enrolment you will need to pay at least a $50 to secure your position on the course. You also have the option to pay for the course in full. During the enrolment process you will be prompted to choose your preffered payment and pay online via our secure checkout (VISA, MASTERCARD, DEBIT).

On the first day you can either choose to pay for the rest of the course in full or pay the remaining balance weekly at each class ($50 per week)

What happens if I can't make a session scheduled on a course?

If you are unable to attend a session during your course for whatever reason, it is reccommended you enroll in another course as it is important to attend all 4 sessions in your course.

Can I bring more than one dog?

Yes, you can bring a maximum of two dogs. I have volunteers at each course that can assist with handling if required. It is often beneficial for two dogs of the same family to go through the course together. *Please note: You must fill out a seperate enrolment form for each dog. The full course fee of $200 will apply to each dog.

My dog is very naughty. Is it possible for a dog to be TOO naughty for this course?

No. These courses are specifically designed to accommodate dogs with a variety of behavioural personalities. Never be embarrassed and think that your dog will just make you look bad. No dog that comes on the course is perfect and that’s why they are there, to learn! Everybody is expected to support one another as we all have the same goal which is to teach our dog's how to behave.

Are there any age limits for this course?

All Dogs 12-18 weeks. Puppys are required to be up to date with their vaccinations and cleared for socialisation by your vet. Dogs older than 18 weeks are reccommeded to enrol in my open age small breed courses by clicking HERE

Where are the courses held?

Courses are held at Boo Boo's Doggy Day Care Boo Boo's Doggy Day Care 51 Furniss Road, Darch WA 6065 Google maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/RmrLdGatR4z

How much does the course cost?

The total cost for the course is $200 (GST inclusive). A $50 deposit is requierd on enrolment to secure your position on the course. *Note: It is very important to attend ALL 4 classes that are part of the course.

My puppy is only young. Will they be okay with older dogs?

All puppy's interactions with other dogs on the course is carefully monitored by James, your course trainer. Dog socialization is an important part of puppyhood. Older dogs will teach your puppy proper social etiquette which will empower them with the appropriate social skills to handle future social situations. Remember: All dog interaction is done under the watchful eye of your course trainer and dog expert, James Fruze.

Do you do one on one training aswell?

Yes. If you feel that your dog may be suited to one on one training, please fill out a contact form by clicking HERE

Is the training area fully enclosed and safe for my dog?

Yes. The training area is fully enclosed and indoors.

Do I get recognition for completing the course?

Of course. All graduates recive a certificate of completion.

How do I know if my dog is suitable for this course?

All medium/large breed puppies aged 12-18 weeks aare suitable for this course.

Does a course like this work?

This course has shown incredible results for the dogs that have completed it. The owners learn Leadership and the dogs learn invaluable social skills that will give them the confidence to deal with day to day situations they will encounter. This course does help all kinds of small breed puppies.

My dog would be terrified of a course like this, should I still bring them?

The short answer is yes. A fearful dog will never overcome their fears if we allow them to keep avoid scary situations. This course provides dogs that are generally fearful an opportunity to overcome their fears in a safe and controlled environment at a pace that is comfortable for them whilst still encouraging them to build their confidence. If your dog has a habit of 'nipping' or 'snapping' at dogs or people don't let this stop you from enrolling either. This is just their way of telling us that they don't like what is happening. As you will learn on the course there are multiple ways to avoid that behaviour by providing the right leadership, so your dog trusts you in any situation. This course has worked wonders for fearful dogs and they are now living more happy, comfortable lives.

Does my dog have to be de-sexed?

No, we also accept dogs that are not spayed or neutered.


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