Puppy Training
Puppy Classes and Puppy Training
Puppy Classes and Puppy Training

Reputed Puppy Training School in Sydney

Puppy Classes, Puppy Training and Puppy Pre-School

Puppies learn from the moment they are born from their parents and their litter-mates. When taken away from the biological parents you become the responsible person for their development from that moment. So you must start your puppy with their obedience learning as soon as possible, as the early 14 weeks of their life are the most important learning stages of their lives, and it doesn’t matter what breed or size they are, and it does not matter if they did or didn’t get their last vaccination, as they must be exposed to as many situations as possible such as; kids, other dogs and puppies, road noises, kids strollers and many others…

We have to teach them where they rules, boundaries and limitations lay, we have to teach them respect and we have to start teaching them where to go to the toilet and where not to. Where is food served, where they sleep and many other things in order to have a well behaved and balanced puppy. if we wont teach them what we are expecting from them, they wont know what a good dog means.

Cause for Paws will provide and educate you with scientifically researched information that has been proven to be the best and most effective way of training your puppy to grow into a well behaved and balanced adult dog.

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Puppy Classes and Puppy Training
Puppy Classes and Puppy Training

Puppy Classes, Puppy Training and Puppy Pre-School

Puppies learn from the moment they are born from their parents and their litter-mates. When taken away from the biological parents you become the responsible person for their development from that moment. So you must start your puppy with their obedience learning as soon as possible, as the early 14 weeks of their life are the most important learning stages of their lives, and it doesn’t matter what breed or size they are, and it does not matter if they did or didn’t get their last vaccination, as they must be exposed to as many situations as possible such as; kids, other dogs and puppies, road noises, kids strollers and many others…

We have to teach them where they rules, boundaries and limitations lay, we have to teach them respect and we have to start teaching them where to go to the toilet and where not to. Where is food served, where they sleep and many other things in order to have a well behaved and balanced puppy. if we wont teach them what we are expecting from them, they wont know what a good dog means.

Cause for Paws will provide and educate you with scientifically researched information that has been proven to be the best and most effective way of training your puppy to grow into a well behaved and balanced adult dog.

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Testimonials

My puppy Laila of 4 months had terrible seperation anxiety and would bark constantly for hours, disturbing the neighbours. I tried all the online advice and nothing seemed to work. I called Cause For Paws and arranged a home visit and when he had left I felt so much more confident with the tools that he had given me. Laila”s barking 2 weeks later had slowly diminished with the training that Cause For Paws taught me.. I’m so greatful that I’d found Cause For Paws. They regularly call me to check on Laila’s progress and it’s terrific giving him the great feedback that he helped me in achieving. 5 star recommendation for anyone needing advice with any kind of dog issues. Thanks Cause For Paws 🙂

Rachel M
Bondi
Needed expert advice on a 19 month old Boston Terrier with some social skills issues, soon after emailing Cause For Paws they promptly replied with a phone call where we discussed our problems in detail making our decision to choose Cause for Paws’s services even easier. Arranged a training session a week later and within the first half hour we knew we had come to the right place. Cause For Paws provided us with invaluable insight as to why our boy Luka was behaving in such ways and pointed us the right direction in terms of managing our dog’s rehabilitation from now on. We have ongoing support available via emails or phone calls without any extra costs.
Robbie Pacheco
Redfern

Just had Cause For Paws come out to help train my staffie (who kept growling) get along with a Kelpie as they would be living in the same house and by the end they were licking each others faces. Still lots of work to do at home myself with my staffie but Cause For Paws were very professional and gave us all the tools we needed to continue his training at home. Would recommend 🙂

kait H
Doonside
Puppy Pre School Programme Sydney
Puppy Pre School Programme Sydney

Puppy Pre School Programme Sydney

The good thing about our Puppy Home schooling program at Sydney is that you don’t have to leave the comfort of your own home, because WE COME TO YOU.

The best results for your puppy training starts in his own home territory or home environment, and this is also where we need to teach the puppy where to toilet, where the bed is, where toys are located, where the feeding spot is, what they can and cannot do, how to correct, and many other rules and boundaries they need to have at home and out.

Puppy training is vital, as they must start learning as soon as we bring them home. The most important thing is to remember, that puppies as well as adult dogs have very different needs to us humans, and one of these needs is plenty of socialising with other puppies and dogs. The big misconception about group classes is that many of these classes held at your local veterinarian’s practice or a close by pet stores, will tell you that the puppy needs socialising and this is why you need to take them to a group session.  I cannot agree more that puppies do need socialising. However, the socialising time puppys get in a group class is very limited to mainly a few minutes a week over several weeks of classes, and this is not near enough. They really need daily socialising and interaction with different dogs and puppies, they need to be exposed to as many different situation or stimuli such as loud traffic noises, motorbikes, kids on bicycles and skateboards, women pushing a pram with a baby in it and so on.

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You may have seen or heard of dogs or puppies who bark and even become aggressive towards prams, chasing bikes and are frightened of loud noises. This is because they have not been introduces to these type of situations or stimuli when they were puppies. And by saying this, I mean between the age of 4 weeks and 14 weeks. This is the curtail first learning period for a pup, as after these first 14 weeks, the puppy enters a fearful stage and his system shuts out everything they have not seen in their first 14 weeks.

Socialising on a daily basis will in all cases solve the majority of issues that you may have with a grown up dog that has not been properly socialised, if they have properly been given the right amount of socialising and freedom to be a dog.

For an effective dog training session you must start training at home where it’s the dog’s natural environment and where they are going to live, as that is the territory they will establish for them selves over the coming weeks.

At Cause for Paws, we will teach you and your puppy dog the most important and most effective ways of interacting with your puppy dog.

Home schooling does not cost you anymore then a group class.  You can have your family members and everyone that is in contact with your dog sitting in on this class.

Cause for Paws will also provide you with a written copy of all the important things to remember and you will also have a 6 month free phone consultation after the initial class has been conducted.

  •  Introduction to Cause for Paws and its program
  •  Dog Behaviour and dogs origins
  •  How to gain your dogs respect
  •  Dogs health and correct diet
  •   How dogs learn
  •  Responsible ownership and Behaviour
  •  Walking your dog on lead and socialisation.
  •  Teaching your dog tricks
  •  Rights and Wrongs
  •  Unwanted jumping up on people
  •  Begging at the table
  •  Barking
  •  Digging
  •  Biting
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To secure a convenient day please call Ron on; 0404 488 455 or email to:ron@causeforpaws.com.au

Classes are held at your own premises, we come to you. so please call to arrange a free consultation and to receive more information.

By appointments:
Please call 0481 551 260 to discuss your dogs issues and your requirement or to schedule an appointment.