Puppy School Colchester
Puppy School is a nationwide network of carefully selected tutors who have to attend practical courses, as well complete practical coursework before starting classes. Tutors need to have a wide experience of working with animals and also be comfortable working with people. They also have to attend ongoing courses to make sure all techniques are up to date with science.
When you attend a Puppy School, you can be sure that you are choosing the best class for your dog to grow into a happy, well behaved dog. Any breed is welcome and the whole family is encouraged!
When you sign up for a course start date below, you will stay at the same day, venue and time for the following 6 weeks.
Eight Ash Green Village Hall
Spring Lane, CO6 3QF
Thursday 14th February - 10.30am - with Lauren Watts
Sunday 24th February - 10.15am - with Kate Carling (waiting list )
Blue Bear Animal Rehabilitation
London Road, Copford, CO6 1LG
Tuesday 19th February - 6.45pm - with Lauren Watts (waiting list )
Thursday 28th March - 10.30am - with Lauren Watts
Click HERE to book online - your place is confirmed once payment is received.
How long? Classes are for 6 weeks and last an hour each time
How much? £140 (plus £1 booking fee) for 6 weeks
(£5 discount for anyone who has had private training)
Can my puppy come? If your puppy is fully vaccinated and under 20 weeks (on the first day of the course) - of course; every breed welcome!
FREE Hamper of Nature's Menu food!
Free samples of treats
Exclusive discount for Nature's Menu dog food
Glossy manual including all of the exercises and information on puppy behaviour
Priority access to other courses
Exclusive offers on tailored programmes
PLEASE NOTE: Spaces get filled very quickly so please enquire early to book your pup in!
We will need to see a completed vaccination card at the first class. If this is an issue, please let me know.
You and your pup will learn:
Terms and Conditions for booking
How to choose a puppy training class
If Lauren's class is too far away, read this useful guide in choosing the best class for your pup