Give your puppy a head start in life by enrolling in Puppy School Class.

Only 1 puppy vaccination required and they should ideally be 8-12 weeks old at the commencement of class 1. The space is indoors and disinfected prior to your arrival.

  • Certified Instructor

  • Set your puppy up for success

  • All of your questions answered

  • Build a confident puppy and develop a strong bond 

  • Teach your puppy basic obedience 

  • Socialise them during their critical phase of development

  • Email support and training notes provided

  • Prevent undesired behaviours before they become a problem


​Course Topics Include:

  • Training theory and how dogs learn

  • Socialisation and preventing fears

  • Sleeping through the night

  • Toilet training 

  • Nipping, biting and chewing

  • Feeding and enrichment

  • Building independence and ability to cope when alone

  • Training strategies and management tools to prevent behaviour problems

  • Obedience skills: sit, drop, stay, come when called, 'leave it' and shake paw

  • Teach your puppy to walk nicely on lead

  • Preparation for grooming and vet visits​


Available at Two Locations:

  • Dogue 242 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction 2022 or, 

  • North Randwick Vet Hospital 97-99 Albion St, Randwick NSW 2031

(x4) 1 hour 15 minute classes. Also includes email support and training guides available online through our Member Portal. Give your puppy the best start possible for only $250!

How To Book:

Simply click on the 'Book Now' button below to see what classes are available.

Why Is Puppy School So Important?

​​​Socialisation refers to the process of learning calmness and confidence​ in their environment to increase your puppy's ability to cope later in life. 

A common misconception is that socialisation refers to playing with as many dogs as possible. This could actually be to your puppy's detriment. Both good and bad experiences can have a lasting impact. The hard part of socialisation is teaching them to be calm and able to focus on you while building positive associations to a range of sights, sounds, touch and everything else in the environment so that they can grow up to be confident dogs! This is what we aim to teach in class.

​Common behavioural problems can be prevented if your puppy is appropriately socialised during what's known as their ‘critical’ or ‘sensitive’ phase of development (up to 16 weeks of age - less for working breeds). This gives us a huge window of opportunity that will have a big impact on the rest of their lives.