September 17, 2007
Animal Behavior Consulting and Sierra Veterinary Hospital will offer a Tuesday evening class for puppies, “Puppy Preschool,” for dogs ages 9 to 16 weeks old starting Oct. 2. Classes will be taught by certified animal behaviorist Adrienne Navarro.
Puppy Preschool is designed to guide owners through the critical stages of their puppy’s development, providing the owner with information to make the best start possible with their dog.
Emphasis will be on general socialization, behavior-problem prevention and basic puppy manners. Class size will be small with a maximum of six dogs in each class.
Classes are at Sierra Veterinary Hospital on Tuesday evenings, with the first class on at 6 p.m. Oct. 2. The 50-minute sessions run for six weeks. The fee is $145.
Puppies must be at least 9 weeks old and at least one week post initial vaccinations (both DAPP and bordetella) given by a licensed veterinarian.
For additional information or to enroll, call 841-7646.
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