Puppy school is returning to Concord Vet Hospital
As COVID-19 restrictions have eased, puppy school will resume at Concord Vet Hospital on Wednesday 27 October.
At Wag School our priority is the health and safety of our trainers, clients and their pups, so we can only have 2 people per pup. Each pup will have a designated area in which to work and all payments and registrations are now handled online to minimise contact. Adults in attendance must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, face masks must be worn in class and QR check-in on arrival is required.
Why puppy school is important
From around 3-16 weeks is a critical period in a pup’s life. During this time pups need to learn how to communicate appropriately and develop their social skills, so you don’t want to miss this relatively small window of opportunity. Dogs are social animals, so it is important that your pup learns how to fit into your family and your way of life. Attending Wag School’s puppy training classes will help your pup to build confidence, learn social and coping skills, and have the very best start in life.