Puppies develop their social skills between the ages of 6-16 weeks. Puppy preschool is designed to allow your puppy to socialise with other puppies. They will be introduced to basic commands in a safe, positive environment to help them get a start on becoming a polite, obedient, well behaved pet.
Our 2 1/2 week course is held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for a total of 5 classes. Bookings are essential as numbers are strictly limited.
Choosing Ipswich Vet Group for your puppy’s education and socialisation is providing you and your puppy with access to the knowledge of our team of vets and nurses with over 60 years of combined experience.
We conduct our puppy pre-school in a clean and controlled environment within our Karalee Village Vet Clinic, with trained and qualified vet nurses on hand to facilitate classes.
Let us help you create a long lasting and positive relationship with your pet.
Our Puppy Preschool Schedule for 2020 is as follows.
Tuesday 4th February 2020 – FULLY BOOKED
Tuesday 3rd March 2020 – FULLY BOOKED
Tuesday 7th April 2020 – No Spaces Available
Tuesday 5th May 2020 – No Spaces Available
Tuesday 2nd June 2020 – No Spaces Available
Tuesday 7th July 2020 – Spaces Available**
Tuesday 4th August 2020 – Spaces Available**
Tuesday 1st September 2020 – Spaces Available**
Tuesday 6th October 2020 – Spaces Available**
Tuesday 3rd November 2020 – Spaces Available**
Tuesday 1st December 2020 – Spaces Available**
- Price – $149* per puppy
- C3 Vaccination at least 10 days prior to class
- Up to date on flea and worming
- Aged between 8 – 16 weeks
For bookings or enquiries please call us on (07) 3282 9009 or email email@example.com
* Payments are non-refundable.
** Due to current social restrictions our Puppy Preschool classes have been postponed until further notice.
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